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Tom Simcock said: Posted on: 19/09/2017 11:26

The last two years have seen a number of changes announced that could adversely impact your letting business. This includes changes to mortgage interest relief, stamp duty land tax, proposed letting agent fee ban, capping of tenancy deposits, licensing schemes and more.

Last year we launched our first quarterly survey on the finance and tax changes affecting the sector, and this is our first follow-up survey on this issue. This will provide the opportunity to see how the sector has changed over the past year, and further investigate the impact of the tax changes on landlords and tenants.

Can you spare just 10 minutes to help us and complete our online survey?

We can only effectively represent your interests, campaign for change and provide advice to the latest problems if we understand the issues that are influencing your business across the country.

Join the 27,000 landlords who’ve had their voice heard in our surveys in the past 18 months, and complete our survey here:

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