Government forcing landlords to house non-paying tenants for lengthy periods11:18 AM, 15th September 2020
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There is significant anecdotal evidence that most landlords outside London do not increase rents until there is a change of tenancy.
Property118 would like to investigate this.
With upward pressure on costs of compliance as well as the new tax changes it is likely that landlords will abandon this practice , but we would like to hear from landlords who have had the same tenants in a property for three or more years and not increased rents.
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This article will be shared in Google News and on Social Media in the hope that Press and other National and Media will pick up on the realities of renting.
Hopefully, we will gather overwhelming evidence that landlords have NOT generally increased rents during a tenancy but feel they will be forced to do so in future.
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