9:29 AM, 27th April 2022, About a month ago 5
Following the recent sky news and shelter report regarding section 21 and many tenants being asked to leave, surely now is the time to review the section 24 tax increase, perhaps owing to some landlords having to increase rents to cover the additional tax cost?
By reducing the tax on properties landlords can reduce rents?
Many of you mentioned this was on the cards as many landlords expected to sell or raise rents, can anyone lobby the chancellor?
Editor’s Note: Please see article >> What is Section 24 and Why Was Permission For A Judicial Review Declined?
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