Welcome to “Landlords’ Barometer #43” … an insight into what is on landlords’ minds from the Property Tribes community!
Research from the Residential Landlords Association suggests that a quarter of landlords are considering leaving the sector due to the impact of “Osborne-itis” which includes hammering landlords via Section 24.
A bit of a ‘first’ for Property Tribes as Upad take over our TV camera and find out from tenants what they look for in a good landlord!
Landlords should take this window of opportunity to future-proof their business against looming threats.
Section 21 is under attack from various quarters, but it’s a vital tool for landlords.
New research suggests that it’s going to become increasingly challenging for landlords to make the numbers stack up.
Newbies to the property arena are often seduced by marketing hype of “get rich quick” through BTL. A range of gurus, mentors and schemes make big claims that can result in people losing life-changing amounts of money.
I always advise newbies to speak to a lettings agent about finding suitable investment opportunities – many agents knowing of landlords who are selling tenanted properties.
The NALS Annual Conference 2016 – London – November 30.
The NALS Annual Conference is one of the most prestigious events in the lettings calendar. With a raft of top speakers, including a keynote by google, you are assured of a valuable day of education and quality networking.
Property Tribes has a competition to win a pair of tickets to the NALS Annual Conference in London. Just enter your name into our free draw!
Thank you for reading my column and I hope you find these insights useful to your business and decisions that you make where landlords are involved.