Landlord Tips

Avoid Void Property

As an agent or landlord having a void property could result in a loss of income, therefore avoiding a void property is something you should consider. We’ve put together some tips you can use to not just avoid a void property but retain your business should you face an empty property. Let To Pets Considering tenants with pets is something you should allow especially if you’re struggling to find suitable tenants. Letting to tenants with pets is likely to bring you a longer term rental as tenants in this situation tend to typically move less often. Think Longer Term Perform exceptional customer service from the very start of each tenancy. Think about using PropTech such as Openview Online to allow your tenants to access an online version of your agency alongside your traditional high street branch whilst Openview Task Manager allows your tenants to report repairs instantly online, allowing you …

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