Trowers comments: When builders become landlords


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More and more private developers are setting up registered providers of affordable and social housing. Why are they doing so? And what does this mean for the wider sector? 

Rob Beiley comments in Inside Housing, explaining why the industry has seen a spate of house builders set up for-profit providers of social housing.

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