Watch my video rant here:https://youtu.be/uw2VLOLsSAY
Landlords are looking not to lose out... increased costs and effort is only really borne by the agents, which in turn are charging the landlords, who in turn are charging the tenants... Landlords are in it for the long run, so they don't mind. Generally higher rents are better. More rental income (albeit gross not net) means ultimately they have better rental coverage on their portfolio and they can increase their borrowing should they choose to leverage a bit and expand, although this is unlikely to be at drastic levels as the current climate isn't exactly booming for that sort of thing (or is it 😉).
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