Top tips for your property portfolio

12 February 2021

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Property management has definitely seen its fair share of challenges since the covid-19 pandemic began. Over the past 12 months property owners have had to stay on the ball as restrictions that affected renting and selling were introduced and eased as case rates increased and decreased.

Due to the circumstances, some property owners have found it difficult to adapt quickly to the ever-changing situation. We have compiled some ‘top tips’ to help you rent your properties quickly as the market begins to move again when restrictions are reduced over the coming months.

Top tips to rent a property:

  • Check all current compliance requirements and fix any property issues to ensure it is up to standard. Therefore, as the market begins to move you know you can have a new tenant move in as quickly as possible.
  • As property pricing has changed through the year, make sure your property is competitively priced.
  • Prepare marketing material such as brochures and advertise on several property websites and digital platforms.
  • Get good photographs of the property that give a good representation of the space inside it.
  • Be quick to arrange viewings for interested parties and ensure you are following the latest covid-19 guidance to keep yourself and your potential tenant safe.
  • Have tenancy documents prepared in advance so you can move quickly when a tenant shows interest in the property.
  • Have a full photography inventory complete.

Our expert property team can help you with all of the above and even more services if necessary, to make your property management stress free.

We also offer a fully managed service where we can look after all legal, compliance, repair and communication factors of the property or group of properties. This can allow you to rest assured that everything is under control and you needn’t worry about tenant queries.

Our team can also help with the sale of any land or properties – please enquire for further information.

For further information or help with your property portfolio contact us here.

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