A rental property is an investment that can generate revenue for you, year on year. However, with the ever-increasing costs associated with living, as well as rising rates of inflation, you'd be best informed on what to do to ensure you continue making a healthy return of profit from your investment.
Most people decide to go down the route of becoming a landlord alongside their day job. They usually have an investment property they choose to rent out as an alternative income stream - sounds like a no-brainer, right?
It was only in April of 2018, where the regulation and requirement of a new tenancy is subject to the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) being a minimum permitted energy efficiency level of Band E.
The last thing anyone wants is the property to be taken away when being managed by a letting agent. But the decision to do so isn't one that's taken lightly, I felt it necessary to address this concern...
Abbey Property has been in operation since 2015 and our Director has been in the business for over a decade, so believe us when we say we have heard practically every clichéd catchphrase and stereotypical sales pitch used throughout the industry.
Top Expert Tips On Maximising Your Rental Income Profit
I’m Becoming a Landlord, What Are the Risks?
The EPC Changes That Are Coming, This May Affect Your Property!
I Want To Take My Property Away From The Letting Agent
Claims we make that our competitors also make – but we back up!