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Lease

An agreement between two parties whereby one party allows the other to use his/her property for a certain period of time in exchange for a periodic fee. The property covered in a lease is usually real estate or equipment such as an automobile or machinery. There are two main kinds of leases. A capital lease is long-term and ownership of the asset transfers to the lessee at the end of the lease. An operating lease, on the other hand, is short-term and the lessor retains all rights of ownership at all times.

let

To rent out.

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Each lender has its own consent to let conditions such as: length of time your current mortgage has been held for, will the property be managed by a professional.
With the aid of Buy to Let, the Private Rented Sector provides flexible housing for a mobile workforce, accommodation for the ever expanding number of students in higher education and a partnership with registered social landlords.
Although repeated surveys allow the ARLA Panel to be confident that most investors in residential property invest for the long term, using long-term tenancies, they are seeking to remind the public that many areas of property dealing are being improperly linked to Buy to Let and are abuses of the brand.
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We realized that for our product to really appeal to a lot of people, we had to let them do everything they did with a paper fax, plus give them capabilities that only the computer could do.