Coronavirus, Creativity and Adaptable Homes

Welcome to Home Relief Bulletin Board

Monday  23 March  2020

by the Property  Team

Post No. 133

 

Making your HOME a Place of RELIEF from Coronavirus

How to create an adaptable indoor living environment during the time of Coronavirus Pandemic

As many renters and landlords/ladies may be home bound during the coronavirus pandemic, we are exchanging ideas with them on the best possible way of making their home, whether it is rented with or without landlord/lady resident, a place of relief during this difficult time.

We are all following the news, reviews and updates as they unfold about the cases and numbers related to the coronavirus.  We are as well continuing to listen to the hygiene and health security measures as we have been recommended to apply them in the interest of everybody. 

In this unique situation, we are also trying to support those with the most basic need of having a home.  Amongst them are: those who may have fallen behind their rent payments, those who lost their jobs and businesses, those who are living in unaffordable home, those who may become homeless, etc.    

The good news is that the UK government has promised that private and social renters affected by coronavirus will be protected from eviction for three months in a new emergency legislation. 

On our part, we are discussing with renters and landlords/ladies the following issues during the coronavirus period: viewings, rent payments and arrears, repairs and maintenance issues, etc. 

We are as well looking at various ways of adapting their homes to make a better indoor living during this worrying time.

For example, the following issues have been raised: how to apply social distancing indoor between landlords/ladies and tenants or between tenants themselves, how to self-isolate without bumping into each other, etc.

From a rental perspective, we may have during this time different types of home bound people like the following ones:

√ Renters in multiple-rented accommodation who may be confined in the same property at the same time

√ Landlord/lady residents who may be self-isolating in the same property with their tenants

√ Landlords/ladies or renters who are quarantining in their homes

√ Landlords/ladies and renters may be working from home while looking after kids, etc.

Since pubs, restaurants and places of entertainment are closed, there is a need for landlords/ladies and renters to try to make their HOME a place of RELIEF from the coronavirus pandemic. 

This week, we are working with them via phone, text, email and contact form to try to find ways of creating an adaptable indoor environment while this coronavirus crisis lasts.  Like many of us, renters and landlords/ladies are searching ways of adapting to this new difficult situation.

Need to discuss ways of adapting your indoor living environment 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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