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CPC Finance current working practices – COVID-19 updates

by | Mar 17, 2020 | Brokers, Client Lenders, Clients

We are committed to protecting the wellbeing of our employees, clients and introducers.

Our priority at this time is to strive for a continuation of service, while adhering to guidance set out by the UK Government and Public Health England.

We are available as usual to support you remotely at this time and would ask you to call or email to discuss any new or existing applications or if you have questions or concerns.

We are monitoring the Coronavirus situation closely.

We look forward to continuing to work with all our clients and introducers in the coming weeks. In the meantime we wish you and your families good health.

 


Frequently asked questions from clients regarding COVID-19

With regard to any proposed mortgage payment holidays, you will need to speak to your lender. Please read our article before applying for a payment holiday with your lender.


National Landlord Investment Show Survival Guides

In place of its popular in-person events, the National Landlord Investment Show is currently publishing a series of Survival Guides for landlords, with articles about how to manage during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click here to read the individual issues.


A COVID-19 checklist for landlords

As we move through the different stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, landlords can be forgiven for thinking that the guidelines are changing on a daily basis. We wanted to highlight a number of items that landlords can be doing now.

Click here to read the full blog.


How is the UK property investment market going to look after the coronavirus?

The property landscape is undoubtedly going to look different. Here are some considerations for landlords to bear in mind now, which will impact how lenders view them in the future.


Stamp Duty Land Tax rates temporarily reduced until 31 March 2021

Reduced rates of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) will apply for residential properties purchased between 8 July 2020 until 31 March 2021 inclusive. Although these changes were not specifically intended for investors, they will benefit. Find out more in our blog post.

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