Nearly half of landlords and lettings agents likely to reconsider if Section 21 is banned

Almost half of landlords and letting agents are more likely to remove some or all of their investment in the private rented sector as a result of the Government’s plans to end Section 21 repossessions, a new survey has found. Some 46% said they will re-consider their investments and portfolios, according to the survey by the Residential Landlords Association of almost 6,500 landlords and letting agents, their biggest ever response. The research also found that over 40% of landlords are waiting for other planned changes by the Government to become clearer before they make decisions on their ability to provide homes to rent.

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