Wed 16 Mar 2016
The revelation comes ahead of today's budget and just two weeks before the 3% stamp duty surcharge on buy-to-let and second homes kicks in.
According to the website's study, some 59% say they are shelving plans to make further investments in traditional buy-to-let, while the other 41% are committed to continuing to invest in buy-to-let properties.
“On the evidence of our research, landlords are deeply divided over how to respond to the government’s clampdown on buy-to-let,” says Dan Gandesha, Property Partner's chief executive.
The crowdfunding platform also announced this week that it has appointed an experienced industry figure as its head of institutional development.
Source: Letting Agent Today