The winter isn’t over yet! And the high rainfall doesn’t just lead to flooded rivers, water can also flood up through overflowing and blocked drains so in theory any property could be at risk, even if you are not near a river. So how can you protect yourself?
it seems that many tenants are unwilling or unable to carry out simple maintenance tasks. if you’re a landlord without much time, you could consider choosing a property management agent to look after your property.
You’ll probably know that we regularly visit South East Asia to meet our many overseas clients. We’ve just returned from our latest trip – to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong and as usual, we were overwhelmed by the continuing interest in London property investment.
Demand for rental homes in London remains strong and is likely to remain so in 2014 due to the lack of housing supply generally coupled with high demand from corporate tenants, international students and locals who cannot afford to buy.
Properties are letting quickly and we sometimes have shortages – we’re currently short of one bed apartments. Many tenants are choosing to renew their leases and this is adding to the shortage of properties.
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