Coronavirus, Lettings and Rentals

Welcome to Home Relief Bulletin Board

Monday  16 March  2020

by the Property  Team

Post No. 132

 

 

Coronavirus, Residential Property Letting and Renting Plans

As the Coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis keeps on growing, many landlords/ladies and renters would be rethinking their letting and rental plans.  They may reconsider either to take a tenant (for landlords/ladies) or to rent (for renters) now or to postpone or simply to abandon their respective plans. 

This is a difficult time for everybody to make any decisions.  In some parts of the world where Covid-19 has been dramatically impacting people’s and communities’ lives, non- essential activities or businesses have been advised to temporary close or operate only online in order to manage the crisis.  Here, in the UK we continue to follow the government’s advice and guidance while listening to the industry (the property industry’s advice) on the subject.

For those landlords/ladies who want to let out their properties, they may want know more about what they should do in terms of property letting and management guidance in relation to the Covid-19 issue.  Likewise, for renters who desperately need somewhere to live, they may be willing to be informed on what to do to secure a safe place at this time.

As we all are aware, there are already general and special measures (publicized by the government and many health and protection agencies) that need to be taken seriously by everybody to protect themselves and others in order to slow down the pace and speed of Covid-19. 

On top these already-in-place measures and advice, we are going both to customise them in the areas of residential property letting and management, as well as add new ones which are relevant to the property industry itself.  

So, during this week we are going to go extra miles in exchanging views and knowledge with landlords/ladies and renters on the possible healthiest and safest way of letting and renting a property during this critical time of Covid-19.

Because of the health and protection advice and guidance we need to follow all of us, this week’s activity will only be run via phone conversations, text messages, emails and web contact forms.  In practical terms, it means that those landlords/ladies and renters who would like to proceed with their respective letting and rental plans during this period of Covid-19 outbreak and crisis, they are welcome to remotely discuss their plans with Home Relief.   And, if there is any specific piece of information from the sector (property sector), it is a good idea to share it so that any lettings and rentals can be done in a healthy and safe environment. 

Need to discuss your letting or rental plans while taking into account the Covid-19 risk factor, do not hesitate to work with Home Relief. 

If you are looking for an affordable location and home, Home Relief is the people dealing with affordable homes you could consider in your property searches and enquiries.

For more information about our property service to home buyers and tenants, please go to https://homerelief.co/tenants/

For more information about our property service to home sellers and landlords/ladies, please go to https://homerelief.co/landlord

For properties to rent and let, go to https://homerelief.co/property-search/

For weekly property news and updates, please read our weekly posts.

Thank you for reading this post.

We look forward to receiving your regular visits to Home Relief website and to doing business with you throughout the year.

Many thanks!

Home Relief – freelance e-property people dealing with affordable homes

 

 

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