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Landlords Shunning Universal Credit Tenants

Research carried out by the NLA has revealed that landlords are overwhelmingly unwilling to let properties to tenants in receipt of Universal Credit. Only 20% of landlords said they would accept a benefits tenant. This figure has dropped from the 34% of landlords who were willing in 2013.

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Oxford Named Worst Place for Student Landlords

On the face of it, Oxford would seem like a great city for student landlords. With student properties commanding, on average, £2,352 per month with four people sharing, rental yields should be good. There is also no shortage of students, as Oxford University is one of the most prestigious in the world.

However, a recent survey carried out by the online estate agent, Hatched, which looked at the profitability of popular student cities, concluded that Oxford was the worst place in the UK for student landlords.

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