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Number 10 is vacant, is yours?

The local rental residential market is flourishing and despite the election, Balfours Property Professionals has experienced a flying start to 2015 and as a result now seeks more stock.

Balfours letting agent, Charlotte George enthuses: “Our message to anyone sitting on a vacant property, excluding Downing Street, is that it could be achieving a significant income. Whether recently acquired through purchase, inheritance or as a result of partners living together, we would encourage owners to consider letting.

She adds: “There seems to be no let up, we have had a terrific few months with a high volume of properties being turned around quickly. Indeed we still have a significant number of good quality professional tenants on our waiting list.”

Charlotte says: “There is strong demand for properties all over the county ranging from one bedroom apartments to six bedroom farmhouses. There still remains a strong level of buy-to-let investors in the area who are experiencing a good yield and minimal void periods.”

“We expect the market to continue to get busier now as the weather improves and we move towards the end of the school year. Over the years we have found that these factors, combined with new job contracts, does increase movement in the rental market.

We can arrange a no obligation free market appraisal which would provide an accurate rental figure and in depth advice on terms and conditions. For more information call Charlotte at Balfours on 01743 277069.

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