Advice on Getting the Best Rental Value Possible

When it comes to letting your property, it is important to consider the target market of tenants and what will make your property appeal to them.

There are always a lot of factors to take into account:

  • Type of tenant you hope to attract?
  • What is in the neighbourhood that will appeal to tenants?
  • How big is your property and is this space adaptable to different tenant needs?
  • Is your property in a suitable condition for letting?
  • How close are you for getting in and out of Central London?

These factors all help determine how you should be marketing your property and what price point you should be looking to achieve.

Michael Dell, Lettings Manager – Acton, comments: “Once you have a good idea over the type of tenant you should be attracting, you then need to have a clear picture over the competition in the market and what those tenants are going to be looking at in addition to your own property.

“We work with landlords to help carefully profile the type of tenant they would like and how we can market successfully to them. With viewings, we are always keen to detail not just the property, but also the wider area attractions.

“If you are thinking about doing work to your property prior to letting it, then please speak to us as we can talk you through the best return on investment to ensure you are spending the right money in the right places.”

To speak with Michael about your rental property please call direct dial 020 8017 7946 or email

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