Letting Agent Fees: A Guide for Landlords

Whilst every landlord will have their own unique approach to managing their rental properties, the assistance that a letting agent can provide is not to be overlooked. The journey ...

Is It Worth Using a Letting Agent?

Of course,  it is possible to rent without using a letting agency, however a landlord’s reasoning for doing so can usually be put down to convenience and practicality. It ...

Receiving Offers for Your Rental Property

Finding tenants for an empty buy to let property can be a difficult time for landlords to say the least.  Searching for new ways to market the rental opportunity, assessing ...

Benefits of Getting a 3D Tour of Your Rental

It’s an age old story that everyone will have come across in their rental journey irrespective of being a landlord or tenant. The way in person property viewings are conducted ...

How to Advertise Your Rental Property

Of course finding a new tenant to fill your vacant rental property can be an exhausting process, cleaning the furnishings, making hap hazard repairs and digging out the advert you ...

Upad or PropertyLoop Which Is Best for Landlords?

In recent years, and also being expedited by global lockdowns, countless industries have turned to online spaces to better engage with their demographic, paving the way for ...

Is PropertyLoop the Best OpenRent Alternative?

So you have been using the same images and description to promote your rental property over the years to varying degrees of success. It’s time to take a new approach, yet this ...

Selling Your Rental Property: Tenanted or Not?

If time has come where you’re thinking of selling your property, it’s important to decide whether you sell it in situ via an online property agent, with your tenants still ...

Why Let Out Your Property Online?

In the dim and not-so-distant past, the only way to let out your property was to put it in the hands of a high street letting agent.   Believe it or not, that was only ...

When to Advertise Your Rental Property

It’s common to start advertising your property four weeks before your existing tenants move out. Most landlords do. And there is a reason for that. Quite ...