Emma Powell 

A quarter of buy-to-let investors want to cut holdings – that's unsurprising

Emma Powell

A quarter of buy-to-let investors want to cut holdings – that's unsurprising

The appeal of the buy-to-let market can only be waning further. A fresh national lockdown is set to exacerbate pressure on personal finances and the ability of tenants to meet rent payments. The government’s decision to ban the enforcement of evictions until mid-January is understandable, but as arrears build, an increase in disputes between landlords and tenants next year is likely.

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