We are always here working to help you in your landlord business.
Our Landlord Advice Team provide advice and support when you have problems or questions. We support you with our documents, guides and training to keep you up-to-date with the latest developments and legislation. We also offer discounts on services that every landlord needs to be successful in their business, from landlord insurance to deposit protection.
Not every landlord may realise this, but we are actively lobbying on their behalf from local to national government. We are here working hard to get a fair deal for landlords. To ensure we do this successfully, we need to understand the experiences and concerns of our members. We achieve this through in-depth research, from our own internal research to the commissioning of research with different academics at Universities across the country. This enables us to present informed, robust, empirical evidence to policy makers to get the best deal for landlords and the wider private rented sector. We are always looking for landlords who can act as case studies for our different campaigns, if you would like to help us, please email us here.
A core aspect of our internal research is our quarterly surveys. We focus each of these on different themes affecting the sector. Our latest report focused on the Finance and Tax issues facing landlords and we received a huge amount of support. With nearly 3000 respondents, this makes it one of the largest surveys of landlords ever conducted. Your help and support with these surveys are crucial to our success. We will soon be releasing the findings of our second quarterly survey on the Safety and Energy issues in the sector, and we will be releasing our Welfare Reform survey early next year, so please keep an eye out for these.
To help illustrate what we have learned from our surveys and just how important your contribution to our surveys are, we thought it would be a good idea to share with you a few key findings from our recent finance and tax quarterly survey. This helps to show the issues affecting the sector and some of the key points we have put across to government.
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