Accumulate Capital´s quantitative research focused on how many landlords are looking to sell properties in the coming year and how the increasing tax and regulations are affecting their decision.
The survey´s interesting results have already captured the attention of the Financial Times, which posted Accumulate´s research last week in an article titled “How Landlords are Tackling the Biting Tax Changes”.
Now, The Sunday Times has also shown an interest in our recently collated statistics. The respected newspaper has used our data in their Market Watch column which focuses on what March´s budget could mean for UK landlords, with a focus on a potential stamp duty reforms and the chance that fewer people will pursue the option of investing directly in buy-to-let properties.
The Sunday Times has a weekly circulation of 660,000 readers and a further 19 million unique visitors that click onto The Times’ website each month.
Our research gave readers an idea of how a majority of landlords in Britain feel about their investments, receiving responses from a varied 750 UK property investors all of which owned three or more residential properties in the UK.
We wanted to discover how many investors are being deterred from purchasing properties due to tax and legislative changes and therefore are looking towards alternative ways of property investment.
We strongly believe that knowledge is power so as a company, we are extremely proud that our hard work is contributing to a number of investment journeys.
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