Renters were more than twice as likely to say their home was the wrong size, or that they were dissatisfied with its condition, compared to homeowners.
However, 31% of landlords felt positive about the future, and 59% still said that letting property was a worthwhile investment.
There are numerous roles available, ranging from graduate and entry level up to highly skilled positions.
To correlate with this upward trend, the detection of fraud in this space has seen a significant increase in value, meaning landlords are ultimately saving £1.59m from not accepting fraudulent applications.
For Joint Borrower Sole Proprietor mortgages and non-occupying borrowers, Skipton has increased the maximum LTV from 85% to 95%.
The partnership comes as part of the society’s new affinity savings account; for every High 5 Saver account opened, the society will donate £5 to GNAAS.
The 5-year fixed rate mortgage is available on new-build or second-hand properties up to 90% loan-to-value (LTV).
Only a third of those questioned by Hodge said they would consider investing in a holiday let property, with the vast majority admitting to not even knowing there were tax breaks involved.
Leaf said: “More transactions are not just good news for the property market but for the country’s job and social mobility.”