LOFT Interiors Blog

The Future Of Catering For Disabled Tenants

Current shifts in the UK rental market are standing on the idea of tailored builds. But aside from treating young professionals, over 55s or home workers with a space they can use to their best advantage, there’s another group to bear in mind – those with disabilities.

Investment Focus: Making the Most of Vacant Periods

When a tenant moves out, there is likely to be a short period of time when the property is empty. It’s important that landlords and property developers make the most of these vacant periods, especially if the space is going to be empty for more than a few weeks.

To Furnish or Not to Furnish?

As a landlord, one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make is whether to offer your property with nothing but the rooms themselves, or with all the furniture you’d expect in an average household. While there are no strict rules to dictate if you should or shouldn’t furnish a property, the decision to let a property furnished or unfurnished will nonetheless make a difference to your chances of securing a tenant – and securing the type of tenant you really want.

Landlords: How Can Furniture Improve Your ROI?

Furniture pieces are the springboards that turn houses into homes. The aesthetics of well-chosen furniture can sway the decision of prospective tenants, so it is vital to fit your properties out thoughtfully and to keep your furniture in tip-top condition.

How To Fully Furnish A Rental Property

As a landlord, you should always aim to make your tenants’ lives as easy as possible. One way to do that is to offer fully-furnished properties – and this has advantages for you, too. It makes your properties more attractive to more people, and it allows you to justifiably charge more in rent.

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