Renting Out Property Is High Risk
Property Investment

His Lordship
His Lordship
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64 Posts
2 months ago

With S21 about to be removed, the increased regulation in recent years, heavy fines for landlords falling foul of such, removal of S24, A Labour govenment who are pro tenant and anti landlord, I think it is only right that the NRLA now publicly announce that Buy to Let is now a high risk investment. 

To encourage "new investor/landlords" to enter the sector without a prominent disclaimer that they are entering into a high risk investment now, I see as irresponsible. With other high risk investments it is law that any companies promoting such do this, so surley this should apply to the NRLA?

Perhaps it would even get some much needed publicity for the plight of landlords.

Only really suitable for high nett worth individuals would be my advice now, not for those with small deposits and low savings etc.


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