How to make sure your property stays tenanted

New research shows that the average length of time a rental property is unoccupied in the UK rental property is three weeks, the longest period since the beginning of 2011.

The figures come from the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) which is suggesting landlords take action to avoid these empty ‘void’ periods. “Void periods can cause uncertainty and affect overall rental yields,” said
Ian Potter, Operations Manager at ARLA. “While they are a fact of life in the rented sector, there are simple steps that landlords can take to help reduce the chance of a property being untenanted for extended periods. These periods without occupancy can also give a landlord a useful window to carry out routine maintenance and any additional work designed to make a property more attractive for incoming tenants.”

Read the full story at the Independents Blog

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