Let Your Property

How Much Can I Earn?

Over the years, at SLS we have learnt that the key to successful property letting is consistently high occupancy levels throughout the year. That’s why we use everything from dynamic pricing to reflect demand, to flexible arrival and departure dates, as well as special offers to sell late breaks.

By generating a just a few extra bookings (and therefore extra rental revenue from these late bookings) SLS can increase your profits significantly.

Unlike many other property rental companies, we are able to be flexible by using cutting edge technology that allows you to benefit through increased profits – and not just a case of “another booking” which is what drives most property let businesses – we want to build a long term relationship through profitable relationships. Contact us for more information

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Annual Earning Potential

Below we have given a broad indication of the earning potential for a property according to the number of people it can sleep. Georgraphical variations will mean that there are different highs and lows – but if you wish to discuss this with us, please call us.

The figures quoted are GROSS of any deductions. Depending on whether you undertake the property management or you hand this over will impact your net income. However, for the purpose of “simple maths” we suggest that you work on the worst case scenario of a total deduction of circa 45% – this will cover everything, commission, cleaning, emergency call outs, right down to the utility and council tax bills – everything!

Property Max OccupancyGross Annual Income
2£18,000 – £25,000+
4£25,000 – £40,000+
6£35,000 – £45,000+
8£45,000 – £70,000+
10£55,000 – £80,000+
12+£80,000+ (VAT Threshold must be considered)

Have a question?

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Our Oxfordshire based team are ready to answer questions or help with your booking any time.
Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm.
Call: 01993 222200

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