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Tenant Disputes And Dealing With Them

These are tough times for everyone, and disputes are likely to occur. However, there will always be disputes between landlords and tenants.

At Just Lets, we aim to help you manage these disputes, and hopefully minimise the disruption at your rental property.

The headline figures, according to recent data provided by The Dispute Services, TDS, are as follows:

  • The private rented sector (PRS) remains larger than the social rented sector in England, while smaller in Wales.
  • The number of private rented homes has risen in England from 2.13 million in 2001 to 4.8 million in 2018 and in Wales from 90,000 to 204,000.
  • The value of tenancy deposits has increased year on year from £885,098,501 in March 2008 to a total of £4,307,902,071 in March 2020.
  • The value of the average deposit has increased from £880 in March 2010 to £1,040 [a drop from £1,108 in the previous year] in March 2020.
  • There has been an increase in protected tenancy deposits with 924,181 protected in March 2008 to 4,141,467 protected in March 2020.

Dispute numbers have risen in recent times

  • Adjudications completed by all tenancy deposit schemes has risen from 458 in 2008 to 34,993 in 2020.
  • Since 2013, the percentage of total deposits protected resulting in a dispute, across all tenancy deposit protection schemes, has remained low, ranging between 0.82% and 0.92%.
  • Currently the rate sits at 0.84%.

Reasons for disputes in England and Wales

  • Of the cases submitted to TDS Insured in 2019-20, cleaning appeared as a reason in 42% of cases, with damage arising in 41%.
  • 74% of disputes raised with TDS Insured were raised by tenants in 2019-20, with 19% raised by the agent and 7% raised by the landlord.

Reasons for tenancy deposit disputes in TDS Insured in 2019/20

  • Cleaning 42%
  • Damage 41%
  • Redecoration 39%
  • Gardening 23%
  • Rent arrears 14%

This information should be of benefit to landlords and tenants. Tenants should be looking to reclaim all or most of their deposit, so it makes sense to focus on the problems that often lead to disputes. This should see tenants cleaning the rental property on a regular basis.

There is also a lot to be said for landlords encouraging tenants to maintain clean standards in the rental property. Regular visits are a common tip, but some landlords have achieved great success by buying cleaning products for the tenant.

If you consider this as an investment, it will often pay off in less time and money wasted, making the changeover period easier.

If you have to waste time cleaning property at the end of a tenancy, this will delay you from moving a new tenant in. Void periods cost landlords money, so you should look to minimise this time, and encouraging tenants to clean throughout the tenancy can deliver fantastic results.

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.

Stronger Demand For Rent In people Aged 35 And Older

A recent study by Paragon Bank suggests the desire from tenants to own property, which includes saving for a deposit, starts to fall from the age of 35.

The study found that for the age group of people between 25 and 34, 88% of respondents said they wished to own their property in the future. 71% of these respondents said they were saving for a deposit.

For the group aged 35 to 44, this falls to 72% of tenants saying they would like to own property in the future.

When you consider the 45 to 54 age group, just 70% of respondents say they are keen to own their property.

This is something to consider for landlords, as it will likely impact on willing tenants, and how long a tenant is happy to stay in the same rental property.

The rental market is experiencing a change in demand

Richard Rowntree, managing director of mortgages at Paragon Bank, said: “Our research shows a strong desire to buy amongst younger tenants who will typically use rented property as a starter home before stepping on the property ladder. This cohort also is more able to save for a deposit, making their aim of buying a home more attainable. As tenants reach their middle-aged years, the desire to own a home becomes less pronounced, but so does the ability to save for a property. These tenants will typically stay in the private rented sector for a longer period, maybe for the rest of their lives.”

It is not as if there has only been a shift in the rental market, the property market is also evolving. Recent studies from UK Finance suggest the average age of the first-time property buyer in 2019 was 32.

This means that there will be more tenants at both ends of the age demographic. This is something landlords should be aware of, and it might influence your next decision in the rental market.

You can target which tenant you want to let to

Some landlords are not bothered as to what type of tenant they let to, as long as the rental property is filled with a rent-paying tenant. However, not all landlords are as carefree in their approach to letting property.

If you have a preferred tenant in mind, it is possible to target this market. There is a notable difference between the needs of a tenant in their early 20s and a tenant who is in their late 50s or early 60s.

The size of rental property both these tenants groups are looking for might be the same, but the style and presentation that these groups want to see are likely to be significantly different.

If you are looking to let to a particular type of tenant, please get in touch, and we will be more than happy to help. At Just Lets, we want Peterborough landlords to feel confident about the letting process, and the tenants they have in their property.

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.

 

Landlords Calling For Financial Support

2020 has been a difficult year for most of us, and the letting industry has been badly affected. Some landlords have received some financial backing, but this doesn’t apply to every landlord. There is also a call for more help for landlords.

64% of landlords who respondent to the survey provided by TML, The Mortgage Lender, said they haven’t received any financial support and 52% of respondents believe they should receive financial support in the future.

Some other key findings of the study include:

  • 63% of respondents favour the reintroduction of tax relief on mortgage interest payments for a short spell of time
  • 52% of respondents have called for an automatic deferral of tax bills for 12 months
  • 20% of landlords state they have received a bounce-back loan
  • 24% have taken a payment deferral as a precautionary measure
  • 11% of respondents have taken a payment deferral out of necessity

Concerns about landlords backing in the future

From the group of landlords who have received financial assistance, 44% of them have said it has already impacted on their ability to arrange further mortgage funding. This was a concern many landlords had back in March and while it was suggested it wouldn’t be an issue, it was a worry that there was no definitive answer.

31% of the landlords who have received financial support expect it to negatively impact on them in the future.

Only 8% of landlords who have received financial backing don’t expect it to count against them in the future.

Steve Griffiths, TML sales director, said: “When the Government was putting together its package of financial assistance for homeowners and tenants, BTL landlords weren’t a consideration. Some have benefitted from a bounce-back loan and some have taken advantage of payment deferral on their mortgages but the additional tenant protection included in the Coronavirus Act 2020 has led to landlords feeling that they have been overlooked.”

Steve Griffiths also said; “The Government was also unequivocal that payment deferrals wouldn’t impact on an individuals’ credit file, however, a large number of those BTL landlords who have received financial support in the form of a payment deferral are reporting that it is already impacting their ability to obtain mortgage funding. We don’t use a tick box approach to underwriting but rather look at the individual and the property portfolio as a whole to determine whether we will lend – we’re also available to talk through cases with brokers before they are submitted.”

We are here to help

At Just Lets, we know these are challenging times, and we are keen to help as many landlords in and around Peterborough as we can. If you are looking for assistance or guidance in any matter, please get in touch, and we will do our best to support you.

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.

Emergency Call Out Costs For Landlords

It is vital landlords are fully aware of the costs of managing and maintaining rental property. It is crucial landlords consider the cost of repair work, and this might include calling out a professional in an emergency.

If a problem arises at short notice, it can be costly to call out a professional, but this money is often vital.

At Just Lets, we are pleased to say we have assisted many landlords in Peterborough, helping them to manage their rental property, and care for tenants. We know dealing with problems is often costly, but it is vital.

A recent study by Direct Line – Business has found landlords are spending billions of pounds each year on emergency callouts.

Emergency call outs are expensive

Jamie Chaplin, landlord product owner at Direct Line – Business, said: “Emergencies are unfortunately a part of life and often unforeseen. As our research shows, it can be costly and time consuming to get an emergency contractor out to a property. If tenants need to get in touch with the landlord or letting agency before a contractor can even be called, this only adds to the timescale. No landlord wants their tenant to feel unsafe or unreasonable discomfort in their property. We hope that our Landlord Emergency cover will allow for a harmonious relationship between landlords and tenants while giving peace of mind to both parties.”

Last year, 53% of private landlords were required to call out an emergency contractor to at least one of their rental properties. This is the equivalent of 13,000 contractors being hired on a daily basis.

51% of tenants, which equates to 3.87 million private renters have had to call out an emergency contractor due to an emergency at home.

The most common time-sensitive issues in the rental sector were:

  • Plumbing, cited by 48% of respondents
  • Gas or heating issues, cited by 45% of respondents
  • Problems with the electrics, said by 35% of respondents
  • Issues relating to the locks, said by 27% of respondents

Are plumbers the fastest professionals?

The professionals who have the best arrival time are plumbers, who are said to attend an issue in just over 13 and a half hours of being alerted. There will be people who will question if that is responding in an emergency timescale, but that of course is a different matter to discuss.

The next best professionals are electricians, who take an average of 17 hours and 48 minutes to attend, while gas and heating engineers attend, on average, in 20 hours and 42 minutes.

The study also found plumbers are the most affordable contractors, costing landlords an average of £523 per year.

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.

Peterborough Rental Property – December 2020

The rental market in Peterborough is a vibrant one, and there are many great options for people looking for an affordable place to rent in a fantastic City close to London.

At the start of December 2020, Rightmove had a total of 301 properties listed for rent in Peterborough.

Snapshot of the Peterborough rental market at end of year

The highest priced rental property was listed at £1,900 per calendar month (pcm) for a five-bedroom property. The next highest rental property was listed as £1,850 pcm, for a four-bedroom property in Orton Wistow.

Of the 301 listed rental properties in Peterborough, only 25 are listed as a detached property and only 18 semi-detached properties are listed for let in the area.

Flats are the most common property for rent in Peterborough

There are 25 terraced properties listed for rent in and around Peterborough according to Rightmove at the start of December.

Therefore, it shouldn’t be a surprise that the most popular form of property available for rent in Peterborough is flats. There are 114 flats listed for rent, making this the most popular form of rental property in the area. There are four bungalows listed for rent at this time.

Breakdown of furnished types of property for rent in and around Peterborough:

  • 115 properties are listed as furnished in the Peterborough rental market
  • 114 properties are listed as part-furnished in the Peterborough rental market
  • 159 properties are listed as unfurnished in the Peterborough rental market

103 rental properties listed in Peterborough are classed as house-share rentals.

Garden space and parking spots are in high demand

The recent Zoopla rental search terms list, which placed gardens as the most popular search of the year, is a reminder of what people are looking for in a new rental property. With parking and garages also featuring in the top three, these are clearly crucial components tenants are looking for when they snap up a new home.

Of the 301 listed rental properties in Peterborough, 171 have been listed has having a garden. When you consider the abundance of flats for rent in the local area, this is a strong return. Also, there are many green and spacious areas within easy reach of most properties in this region.

If you are looking for property with a dedicated parking space, there are 248 listings with parking for rental property in Peterborough. A total of 150 properties for rent in Peterborough are listed as offering a garden and parking space.

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.

Insurance Falls Might Benefit Peterborough Letting Market

At Just Lets, we know there are so many things for landlords and tenants to consider, it is no surprise that some things slip their mind. Insurance is likely to be one of these things.

While we shouldn’t be in a rush to look for positive sides of how we have managed the pandemic, there is no denying that with people staying at home more, there has been a fall in many of the issues that lead to insurance claims.

Home insurance claims have fallen in 2020

A study claims that the home insurance sector in the UK has saved £368,326,000. This is a study carried out by insurance comparison company Hello-Safe, and they believe there is a fall of 16.76% in insurance claims in Peterborough and the East of England.

This reduction in claims should result in reduced premiums, making insurance more affordable, which is always a positive outcome.

This might be something of interest in the rental market, because both landlords and tenants should have insurance relating to the rental property.

Many landlords have insurance as part of their buy-to-let mortgage, with many lenders making this form of insurance mandatory. Many landlords also consider other forms of insurance, with rent protection a popular choice.

Tenants must arrange insurance for the rental property

However, just because landlords have insurance doesn’t mean tenants can overlook having insurance for their belongings. It is vital tenants have insurance in place for their belongings, which is another cost that must be considered by tenants.

If this cost is lowered, it should help tenants in the letting process, and this is likely to be of benefit to landlords.

Antoine Fruchard, insurance expert and CEO at Hello-Safe.co.uk said: “It is not a surprise to see that home insurance claims have decreased in the significant way over 2020, with most Britons stuck at home during a year where very restrictive measures were taken to stop the Covid-19 pandemic. Indeed, as we observed with car or health insurance products, the pay-outs made by home insurers have gone down.”

Antoine also said; “However, until now, the industry has taken no decision to give back some of the savings made to the policyholders. This is a questionable position, when the impact of the economic crisis is just starting to strike most of the British households, and could last for years. Moreover, many workers will now make the decision to work from home, fully or partially. For those remote workers, the insurers will surely have to adapt and propose new solutions. Indeed, the future of home insurance is still to create”.

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.

Green Homes Grant Scheme Extended

Landlords should know the importance of energy efficiency in their rental property. Landlords must ensure their property meets EPC standards. This can be costly, but there is support on offer, with the Green Homes Grant Scheme being of interest for many landlords.

How much can landlords get with the grant?

The Government website states;

Vouchers will cover two-thirds of the cost of eligible improvements, up to a maximum government contribution of £5,000. If you, or someone in your household, receive certain benefits you may be eligible for a voucher covering 100% of the cost of the improvements. The maximum value of the voucher is £10,000.”

Can I claim the grant?

The grant is on offer in England to people who meet the following criteria:

  • You own your own home (including long-leaseholders and shared ownership)
  • You own your own park home on a residential site (including Gypsy and Traveller sites)
  • You’re a residential landlord in the private or social rented sector (including local authorities and housing associations)

Therefore, residential landlords should be interested in the scheme. With the Green Homes Grant Scheme having been extended, landlords now have an additional year to apply for support.

A 12-month extension has been implemented after complaints from builders who said thousands of projects wouldn’t be completed by the initial deadline.

The initial deadline for the project was March 2021, but landlords and property owners have until March 2022 to ensure their projects are completed.

Landlords should apply sooner rather than later

It should be noted funding for the scheme hasn’t been extended, so landlords should apply for the scheme as quickly as possible.

Examples of work which is covered by the schemes can be seen below:

  • The insulation of walls
  • The insulation of roofs
  • The insulation of floors
  • Upgrading windows to double or triple glazing
  • Installing low carbon heating systems

The Green Homes Grant scheme comes just as the government is – separately – raising the minimum energy efficiency standards for rental homes to C grade or higher from April 2025 for new tenancies unless they have a valid exemption.

Climate change minister Lord Callanan said; “The Green Homes Grant scheme gives homeowners and landlords right across the country a cheaper way to make their homes more energy efficient and cut their bills – all while making their contribution to tackling climate change.”

Lord Callanan continued by saying; “Today’s announcement means an extra year to take advantage of this new scheme, helping households and tradespeople who can plan their workload and create new jobs in their communities.”

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.

Dealing With Changes In Tenant Demand

A good landlord knows what tenants are looking for, and works hard to attract tenants, and make sure their current tenants are happy.

However, when the things tenants are looking for are changing, it becomes harder for landlords to stay on top of what matters most to tenants. At Just Lets Peterborough, we aim to provide you with as much support and guidance as we can offer in this matter.

It shouldn’t be a surprise to learn the COVID-19 pandemic is creating new demand in the rental market. Some of the most pressing demands in major cities now include:

  • More space
  • Access to a garden
  • Access to a balcony space
  • Having a local park or open space nearby

There has also been some analysis which indicates people are leaving larger cities, such as London.

With remote working offering greater freedom for people, it is likely that people will leave the capital. There might not be the exodus some media experts predict, but there is a strong chance that areas such as Peterborough benefit from greater demand.

The only region of England which has seen rents fall in the past year is Greater London. Conversely, the only region of England which has seen the typical time on market rise is Greater London. Compared to this time last year, it takes, on average, four more days for a landlord to find a tenant here.

Rents are rising in many parts of the country

Areas where rents have risen, caused by a shift in the imbalance between supply and demand, include:

  • A 9.5% rise in the East Midlands
  • A 6.7% increase in the North East
  • A rise of 11% in the North West
  • A rise of 14.7% in the West Midlands
  • A rise of 8% in Yorkshire and Humber
  • A rise of 1.4% in the South-East

Director Doug Shephard said: “While homeworking is not an option for all, this lifestyle change is now a key trend that is reshaping rental demand. Since the Greater London rental market represents nearly half of the UK lettings market, any refocusing of demand towards the regions will have a dramatic effect on the balance of supply and demand. This is why we are witnessing dramatic rent hikes in most English regions, Scotland and Wales.”

Doug Shepherd continued by saying; “In fact, Welsh rents, and home prices for that matter, are rising to such an extent that locals fear of being priced out by newcomers. Wales will certainly not be alone in feeling the knock-on effect of the exodus from the UK’s largest cities.”

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.

Right To Rent Checks To Be Made Easier

Anything which makes life easier for landlords, without compromising on the standard of service, is likely to be a positive thing. At Just Lets, we aim to make life simpler for landlords in Peterborough.

Landlords have a lot of tasks to carry out, and some of these steps are important. The Right To Rent check is an example of important work landlords must carry out. A landlord who fails to prove a tenant meets the Right To Rent criteria faces severe penalties.

Therefore, news that these checks are being made easier to conduct will be welcomed by many landlords.

A new online system will assist landlords review tenants

The Government has announced there will be a new online Right To Rent checking system in place soon, and it might be available by November 2020. When the online system is in place, it will allow prospective tenants to view and review their Home Office profile. This should, in theory, hold data about the eligibility of a prospective tenant with respect to living in the United Kingdom.

If the tenant wishes to do so, they will be able to share this information with a landlord or agent. There will be a “share code” online access system. Obviously, the information contained in the system will be private, but the Government states strict safeguards will be in place to ensure the landlord or agent will only view appropriate Right To Rent information.

The National Residential Landlords Association, the NRLA, believes landlords will be able to review the online system or check physical documents. Therefore, the online check is offered as a voluntary option, which will hopefully speed up the process and take away a lot of work for landlords and agents.

The NRLA also states EA citizens will be able to prove their entitlement to rent by displaying a valid passport or national ID card. This will remain the case until June 30th 2021.

The impact of the Coronavirus and the Right To Rent process

While this year has been extremely challenging, landlords cannot forego their expected duties. This means Right To Rent checks must be carried out, even during a lockdown phase. However, there are some changes to the way landlords should engage with tenants, and the following adjustments are allowed when reviewing a tenant’s suitability:

  • Right To Rent checks can be conducted by a video call, so there is no need to meet the tenant in person
  • The tenant can send scanned documents or a clear photograph of the document, and these items can be sent by email or by a mobile app – there is no need for tenants to send original documents

These measures will hopefully alleviate some of the difficulties landlords face in dealing with the administrative aspect of the Right To Rent check.

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.

Rental Yields Are Rising

As a landlord, there is a lot to consider, even before you invest in rental property. At Just Lets Peterborough, we are here to help landlords at every stage of the letting process.

Rental yields are one of the most important factors to consider, and if you are looking for positive news regarding yields, we are here to assist you.

The importance of the rental yield

The Natwest offers this guidance on why rental yields are so vital for landlords; “The rental yield calculation is particularly useful for comparing how different properties are likely to perform. If a flat in one area has a realistic expected rental yield of 8% while an alternative on the other side of town is set to return 6%, you’re probably better off with the former – provided that you can afford to buy it and there are no differences in terms of how likely you are to find tenants.”

There will always be exceptions to the rule, but generally, the higher the rental yield, the better. If you are looking to enter the rental market, or you are keen to improve your property portfolio, you must consider the rental yield.

English rental yields are rising

Therefore, information from Fleet Mortgages which indicates rental yields are rising will be welcomed by many landlords.

Rental yields on residential buy-to-let properties rose 0.4% on the 6% yield achieved in the third quarter of 2019. Seven regions across the country have all experienced increases in rental yield. While these are challenging times, these figures offer some cause for optimism for landlords. Certainly, the rental market looks more positive than it did at the height of summer.

There will be many fresh challenges for landlords to face, but anyone looking for a reassuring sign about the current rental market can take comfort in a rising rental yield.

Steve Cox is the Distribution Director of Fleet Mortgages, and he spoke about these figures. Steve Cox said; “It’s clearly positive to see the majority of regions in England posting increases in rental yields, and those regions which have shown a very slight dip were already at relatively high levels, to begin with. We learnt from the post-Credit Crunch period over a decade ago that rents are not as susceptible to a recession as property prices, with many occupants more willing to opt for the shorter-term financial commitment offered by renting than longer-term property ownership.”

Demand for rental property is unlikely to diminish

One thing that landlords should consider is demand for rental property is unlikely to diminish. Even with the stamp duty holiday encouraging market activity, there is still going to be sizable demand for rental accommodation.

Also, some landlords are capitalising on the stamp duty holiday to expand their rental property portfolio. You still have to pay the additional stamp duty charge for an additional property, but the overall cost of buying property is lower.

Steve Cox also said; “Demand for rental property is clearly holding up in most regions and the underlying demographics suggest that property investment will remain a good choice in the years ahead. Within a shorter time-frame, the fact that – in England at least – the stamp duty holiday is available to landlord borrowers has undoubtedly been a factor in the increased interest in property investment purchases, with both new and existing landlords looking at the opportunities available, and seeking to secure the savings that are available from the holiday.”

If you are a landlord in or around Peterborough, and you need assistance in managing your rental property, we can help. We know these are challenging times for landlords, but there is a demand for rental property. When you need guidance in the local market, contact Just Lets Peterborough today, and we will be happy to help you.

You can find Just Lets Peterborough at 142 Oundle Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE2 9PJ. Feel free to email us at peterborough@justlets.com or call us today on 01733 346255.