Renting can be a cost-effective and even lucrative track to take when for whatever reason, selling your house doesn’t suit you.
For example you might not be able to sell your house in a slow market or might not be able to get the asking price you originally wanted for it – in these cases renting the property instead of trying to sell it can be a gainful alternative.
Otherwise, you might simply not be ready to sell your property but wish to live elsewhere for a while, such as for example to take a career break and live abroad for a number of months. You would want to come back to your house at the end of this time but meanwhile you could be earning rent on the property.
On the other hand, you may simply have a second property that would otherwise go empty, and you want to earn a second income on that property by renting it out.
Harper can advise you where is best to buy if you are looking to invest in property and will also be able to give you details of expected rental yields.
Whatever your reason, anyone can rent out a property and with help from Harper, you can be sure to find a good tenant.