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Poll: How are the majority of buy-to-let landlords staying profitable since the tax changes?

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  • 22/02/2019
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Poll: How are the majority of buy-to-let landlords staying profitable since the tax changes?
Previous chancellor George Osborne's changes to tax relief for residential landlords first started to bite in April 2017.

 

This week’s poll, sponsored by Bank of Ireland, asks how have you and your landlord clients adjusted to keep property investments profitable?

 

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How are the majority of buy-to-let landlords staying profitable since the tax changes?

  • Hiked rental payments
    36.1%
  • Got a new accountant
    3.2%
  • Bought better yielding assets
    7.7%
  • Cutting costs
    18.7%
  • All of the above
    34.2%

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