ACCIDENTAL LANDLORD? All You Need To Know To Make It a Success
Not everyone sets out to be a landlord, and becoming an accidental one is more common than you might think.
An accidental landlord is someone who becomes a landlord by circumstance rather than by plan, and it can happen for several reasons. You could be relocating for work, moving in with your partner, or having trouble finding a buyer for your current home. Or you might have inherited a property.
Whether you’ve been a landlord for years or you’re just starting out, finding a letting agent you can trust and build a long-lasting relationship with is a big deal.
Renting out your property is about so much more than just money and business. As well as wanting an agent who can find you the perfect tenant, you’re sure to have feelings around confidence, connection and communication. None of these are financial concerns, but our experience tells us how prized they are by all of our landlord clients.
A look back at the Fife housing market over the last decade
With everyone south of the border completing the Census a couple of weeks ago, it made me realise profoundly that mine and my family’s life, which from our own point of view seems unique and delightful, makes us all into a series of statistics for the Census gatherers to pore over. To digest and regurgitate facts, figures and trends for those who are interested in the ever-changing social circumstances of these islands. Continue reading Fife Property Market: 2011-2021 (Watch/3 min read)
Is your rental property working as hard as it could for you? As a landlord, you’ll want to ensure that your investment is performing well and continues to make good business sense throughout the time you own it.