More speculation about what Brexit will mean to Landlords has revealed those in the North are less worried than those in the South with London Landlords the biggest worriers.
Round here it has been like "Girl with a Pearl Earring" - Nothing happened - and then it happened again. Is it just me or does it seem like business as usual?
What's certain is we will have to wait and see!
Some 35% of landlords in the UK are worried about Brexit and think that leaving the European Union will have a negative impact on their ability to attract tenants in the future, new research shows. The latest findings form the monthly National Landlords Association (NLA) survey also shows that 39% believe that Brexit will have no significant impact on their business, 21% are unsure while just 5% say it will have a positive impact. The research follows Prime Minister Teresa May’s announcement at the Conservative Party Conference that the process of the UK leaving the EU will be triggered by March 2017. Across the UK, the findings show that more than half of landlords in central London, some 55%, believe Brexit will have a negative impact on their business, higher than any other region.