DEADLINE IS TIGHT!
At 09:30 this AM, the Office for National Statistics is publishing data on Mortgage and Landlord Possession statistics between January and March of this year.
In your experience, are lenders and landlords now starting to turn the screws on borrowers and tenants who are struggling?
During 2020, there was understandably a degree of restraint and forbearance among lenders and landlords (voluntary or enforced), but has this continued during 2021?
Do you expect to see lenders and landlords get more litigious in the months ahead and are possession numbers likely to increase later this year and next when the Government's furlough scheme ends?
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