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As a landlord, whether you have a single property or you're more of a ‘professional’ landlord' with multiple properties, you will already be aware of the amount of work it takes to keep those properties fit for purpose, legislation-compliant and making sure they continue to be a source of income with tenants always in place.
The regular monthly rent a landlord receives may well be their primary source of income, or it might serve as an additional income that supplements a full-time wage, or it’s used essentially as a pension plan. Having a regular income is the biggest plus over going all the way and selling a property out right.
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keep your tenants for longer, and your empty property in-demand
As a landlord, making sure your property or properties are in the best possible condition is more than worth your time and any financial outlay - large or small.
In the long run, tenants will not only stay there longer, but when the property does become empty, there will be a hive of interest from prospective residents. So the likelihood of it remaining empty for sustained periods is massively reduced.
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Around one in four people will experience a mental health problem at some point in their lives. The spectre of compromised Mental health issues doesn’t discriminate – it can affect anyone.
Now, with the Covid-19 pandemic and the increased pressures of local and national lockdowns, mental health and wellbeing has never been of greater concern.
If you are struggling, it’s nothing to be ashamed of. You are not alone and there are a number of ways you can get sympathetic help and support.