During the last few weeks of lockdown, I’m sure yourself, amongst many other tenants are getting fed up at looking at the same four walls. You don’t own the property and therefore feel you’re not allowed to make any changes to the property.
As a Landlord or Estate Agent it is important that you try and accommodate tenants with a whole host of different needs. Not only does this apply to whether the tenants will be an individual, couple, family but also their ages as previously discussed. However, those who have a specific disability may also need alterations made. In this case we are discussing ways to accommodate deaf tenants in rental properties.
When many of us consider how life will be like during retirement, we think about being mortgage-free home-owners, with enough time to do all the things we want to. But, for many retirees, the prospect of being mortgage free is being replaced by paying rent and being bound by landlords’ rules, rent and investment decisions.