Despite the many obstacles from central and local government that have been designed to limit the ambitions and growth of landlords and property investors, buy-to-let mortgage borrowing has recently reached a record high.

Thus putting paid to predictions that there would be a mass exodus of landlords in the face of changes to tax and falling yields.

According to recent statistics from UK Finance, there were 2.02 million outstanding buy-to-let mortgages at the end of June, up from 1.65 million at the end of 2014.

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