Been finding some lenders have retreated from the market given the uncertainty of the tier system and the effect that this has on travel. However, Barclays bucked the trend last week by saying that they would allow Air BnB but limit this to 90 days per annum in line with the planning restrictions that a number of local authorities have been suggesting. Not much use if you're doing Air BnB instead of long term tenancy but it seems that the elephant in the corner is at last being noticed by at least one of the big lenders. Time for the rest of the industry to come up with more bespoke Air BnB products. There is a huge untapped market out there. People are doing it at the moment with standard BTL mortgages so in the words of Delia Smith "Let's be havin you" banks. Sort it out.