More responsibility is usually passed to the tenant in terms of maintenance and upkeep - for example, mowing the lawn, replacing small household items and, of course, utilities. The exact responsibilities can, however, be negotiated prior to the signing of the lease.
You can choose to rent your property either furnished or unfurnished, depending on your needs or those of a prospective tenant. It works best for landlords who want a more hands-off rental, a steady income and who do not want to use the property themselves. In some cases a longterm rental will generate more income than if it was rented short term or short-term combined with a student let, while in others it will generate less.
This is due to the inherent variability of securing short term lets.
Again, our knowledge of the area and of the demands of locals, students and holiday makers means we can best advise on which would work best for you.
This is the option to rent out furnished or unfurnished for at least 12 months…
sometimes as long as 24 months at a time!