Hi all, interested to know for those investors who have pulled their IP from sale, I assume you have big enough buffer to account for tenant default or a stable income? Even if you withdraw and rent it back out, you still need to account for the new (NSW) tenancy laws and 6mth eviction freeze right? What if you delay for a year, things get worse and you are then forced to sell? The economy doesn’t seem to be going back up anytime soon. My IP is currently listed (owned it for 5 yrs, inner west Sydney) and I was expecting to sell in an up market couple of months ago - I didn’t *have* to sell but wanted to reduce my debt and have a bigger buffer. It’s my best asset being a townhouse (others are smaller units) , but the most highly geared IP I have, about 85%LVR so repayments are highest and also with $6k of land tax pa. And I would barely cover all the costs over the 5 yrs with the expected selling price now. Of course I know it’s not wise to sell in a down market, property is a long term play and I have a stable job that could tie things over but if my other tenants for other IPs all claim covid hardship, then in the short term, *I’m* the one who’s going to be in hardship too (my other IPs are slightly positive geared and I don’t want to lose them). So my thinking is sell one IP to safeguard the others and have more peace of mind. Also I’m thinking of using the proceeds to do a monthly invest in the equities index so at least I can catch any future rebound without the risks of leverage and tenancy default. So interested to know people’s risk tolerance when deciding to sell or keep when either option has risks? And how much buffer do you need for say $2m of IP debt? My inclination is to continue with the sale (and live with potential seller’s regret but have less worry), but interested in how others are dealing with the current situation.