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According to that NLA research, almost half the landlords they surveyed say they couldn’t afford to absorb such swingeing cuts, two-thirds 'were unsure about what the reforms will mean to the future of their lettings business'… which means that either some of the half who claim not to be able to afford to absorb the cuts also didn’t understand their effect, or that two-thirds of landlords aren’t positive they’ve a viable business without housing benefit top-ups adding up to a maximum rent of as much as £2,000 a week. Either way, they are messages perhaps best kept under wraps.

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