Posted on August 21, 2018
Making a profit from simply owning a property, it sounds ideal, right? Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as you think. We’re experts in the field, and we can tell you first-hand that being a landlord is tough, especially for those going it alone.
Tenants are notoriously unpredictable, there is no such thing as “office hours” when your tenant is ringing you at two in the morning about a leaky pipe, and if that doesn’t put you off, there are now over 400 rules and regulations for landlords to abide by when letting a property. Did you know that moving a tenant in requires around 17 hours of paperwork? All in all, this can be summed up with one word; STRESS.
We’re not trying to scare you, at Wright Residential we’re committed to helping as many landlords as possible. This is how we know that there is actually a simple, stress-free solution, designed to reduce stress and workload for you, the landlord.
So, how do you retain your landlord status without spending every spare moment revising the new amendments of letting law, chasing unpaid rent and resolving neighbourly disputes? You simply let us do it for you.
More and more Landlords are turning to letting agents instead of going at it alone and the results are undeniably positive. If you sign up with us as a landlord, we’ll help you with the little things like dealing with enquiries or complaints, as well as the big things, like filling your property with reliable tenants and keeping you on the right side of the law.
If nothing else, don’t underestimate the power of having somebody on the other end of the phone for advice, whenever you need it.
We have over 100 years-experience and a wealth of knowledge in the property market, and we’re willing to give you access to all of this. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, you can head to the landlord’s page on our website.
Failing that, our best advice is simply to pop in and see us. We’ll have the kettle on, ready and waiting to kick-start your future as a landlord. What are you waiting for?