UKALA Needs You!

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Rip-Off! Parasites! Outlaws! Scammers! Con-artists! Cheats! Swindle! Fraudster!

These are just a few of the more polite descriptions of letting agents posted recently in a forum discussion about letting agents in London.

The public standing of letting agents in the UK could hardly be lower and it is looking likely that the Government – whoever that might be – are minded to act to placate this ill-feeling.

Consequently, UKALA needs to be able to represent the interests of its members and the wider letting agent community.

To do this we need  to understand the challenges facing businesses and issues causing the most concern.

Help us to present the truth about letting agents so that we can better defend the industry against slurs like those above.

Please help us to build this evidence base by completing this short online survey:

Click Here

Thank you for your interest – This survey is now closed

The questionnaire should take around 5 minutes to complete and all responses will be treated with eh utmost confidence.

Everyone completing the survey will have the opportunity to enter a prize draw for the chance to win £50 of John Lewis vouchers (T&Cs apply).

About National Landlords Association

The National Landlords Association (NLA) exists to protect and promote the interests of private residential landlords. Working with over 66,000 individual landlords from around the United Kingdom and local authority associates, it provides a comprehensive range of benefits and services to its members and strives to raise standards in rented accommodation. The NLA seeks to safeguard landlords’ legitimate interests by making their collective voice heard by local and central government and the media. The NLA seeks a fair legislative and regulatory environment for the private-rented sector while aiming to ensure that landlords are aware of their statutory rights and responsibilities towards their tenants.
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