Let Your Property

What Type of Landlord Are You?

As part of our early conversation we like to get to know your reasons for holiday letting. Many of our owners fall into one of the following categories:

  1. Holiday home owner
    You have a holiday home that you’d like to generate some income from when you are not using it, and to have it well looked after.
  2. Your property is adjacent to your own home
    You have an annexe or property near or next to your own home, and prefer the idea of short term rentals rather than having a long term tenant.
  3. Maximum Yield
    You are exploring all avenues to achieve maximum yield from your rental property
  4. Empty property which you want to see being used and looked after.
    Revenue is useful but you don’t want to put your property into a long term residential let, but want to make sure it is looked after.
  5. Frequent traveller
    You are away from you home for many months of the year and have set it up in a way that allows you to rent it out when you are away.
  6. Tired of residential lettings
    You have rented your property out as a residential letting for long term periods, but have grown tired of the property being poorly looked after by tenants.

Have a question?

Get in touch

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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