Research by the National Landlords Association (NLA) finds that one in three landlords are still undecided about whether EU membership would be beneficial to their future business prospects
The findings show that landlords are evenly split, with 35% intending to vote leave and 35% intending to vote to remain, reports Housing Excellence.
According to Richard Lambert, the NLA’s Chief Executive:
“Landlords, much like the rest of the British public, are divided on how they will vote in the EU referendum which means the decision looks to go down the wire.
“The Remain and Leave campaigns have both had difficulty persuading the public on the benefits of hazards of a Brexit vote, and they have struggled to provide any clear analysis about the impact exiting the EU would have on the buy-to-let market.
“As a result, landlords appear more likely to vote in this referendum based on their attitudes to issues such as national security, trade and immigration, rather than the effect on the UK property market or their businesses.”
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