Buy-to-let landlords who are encountering difficulties in the current financial climate have been advised to save money.

Christian Hills, producer of BBC1's How to Survive the Property Crisis, said putting a bit of money aside each month could be a good idea.

Speaking to BBC News, he stated that saving for a rainy day would help people be prepared for different eventualities.

For example, he said a cash reserve could help to take the "sting"out of any unexpected costs.

Mr Hills added that buy-to-let property owners would also benefit from seeing a mortgage adviser if they are struggling with their repayments.

This, he stated, could allow people to work out a new and more affordable mortgage plan within their means.

The advice comes after William Jordan, managing director of Jordans, told the Manchester Evening News that landlords could boost their rental yields by relaxing bans on pets.

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