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NLA surveying landlords to 'inform future policy decisions'

The National Landlords Association (NLA) has launched its Quarter Two Landlords Survey.

The research study has been launched hot on the heels of last week's General Election and the association says it is hoping the results will help inform future policy decisions.

"[We want] to make sure that we are armed with up to the minute views, experience and opinions of real working landlords ahead of meeting new ministers in Westminster," says the NLA.


Due to political uncertainty and increasing regulation in the rental sector, the NLA says it is has never been more important the needs of private landlords are fully represented.


The survey, which covers the second quarter of 2017, takes around ten minutes to complete, and the NLA says all responses are treated in the utmost confidence. 

All participants will be entered into a prize draw to win a Fortnum & Mason hamper worth £150.

Interested landlord clients can fill out the survey here.


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