35% of landlords believe Brexit will harm their ability to attract tenants



More than a third of landlords (35%) think that Britain's withdrawal from the EU will harm their ability to attract tenants, according to a survey by the National Landlords Association (NLA).
The impact was expected to be strongest in central London, where 55% of landlords predicted a negative impact, outer London (46%) and Scotland (39%), while the lowest level of concern was registered in the North East (22%) and Yorkshire and Humberside (24%).
Just 5% of landlords forecast that Brexit would have a positive impact on their business, while 39% said it would make little difference.
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11 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 27
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