Every generation differs and millennials are certainly not an exception to the rule. As societies morph and develop, generations must adapt to meet those developing demands. Millennials have had to adapt to a very different housing market to when their parents were buying their first house. Let’s look into some factors that are affecting these trends:
A looming thought for landlords is the state of their property after a tenancy term comes to an end. No matter the length of the tenancy term the cleanliness of a property can always be a problem when new tenants are ready to start their new agreement. Whatever state the property is in post tenancy a landlord should always look to deep clean the property to set a precedent for the new tenants.
In the recent ‘mini-budget’ announced by the chancellor, the stamp duty holiday will have made many property investors prick up their ears. While the situation isn’t quite as rosy for landlords and those buying additional properties, the new rules could still mean a substantial saving on residential property purchases, and might be a good opportunity for landlords to think about expanding their portfolios.
How do you sell your home? Advertise. Spread the word, the more eyes that can see your property the more likely, and the sooner, a successful transaction will occur. Assuming the home has been staged, de-cluttered, and pictures have been taken with a panoramic view you’re ready to advertise. Here’s how:
It seemed like it was never going to happen after all the drama Covid-19 has caused in the last few months. However, lockdown measures are starting to ease and it looks like tenants around the country are finally going to be able to get away and go on holiday!