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Happy New Year, we have great news to start 2019 as it is set to be a prosperous year for those landlords that are interested in dealing with Councils. The councils are increasing their budgets to further tempt landlords into housing their tenants.
Lettingsupermarket.com have already worked with hundreds of landlords assisting them with tens of thousands of pounds in incentives, home improvement grants, rent bonds and deposits. If you have been considering getting in touch about your properties for a while, now is the time! There is a large back log of potential tenants in January and February which means properties can be filled very quickly.
Properties will always require up to date Gas Safety Certificates, Electrical Condition Reports and Energy Performance Certificates.
We have had a great success rate on the scheme and we have many landlords that are now giving all vacant properties to the scheme as it has worked so well for them, so please fill out the contact form to find out more.
Please note that although you may be asked to accept the LHA (local housing allowance) on the properties, the tenants may be working. All tenants are vetted, affordability checked and a full history is provided.
We are currently interested in most areas of the UK, however we have a very specific need in the following areas:
Hatfield (and within 10 mile radius)
Urgent need for ANY 2 bedroom properties.
Maidstone, Kent (and within 5 mile radius)
Urgent need for 2 and 3 bedroom properties
Urgent need for 2,3 and 4 bedroom properties
Urgent need for 2 and 3 bed properties
London (Central and 30 mile radius)
Urgent need for ALL size properties
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