Insights from Garness Jones Residential
Garness Jones have strengthened their residential lettings team by investing in new people and technology as demand increases among property portfolio holders for professional management services in Hull and East Yorkshire.
Hull is a fantastic place to live. If you read our previous blog on why you should invest in Hull here, you will see the many great reasons to move here. From being the 2017 city of culture, the expanding job market, low property prices, rising rental demand and the national and international connections, the only thing left to do is decide which area of Hull you should move to…
In the last three months we have seen growth in our residential and block management portfolios, which has kept us busy! At the same time we are seeing a high level of lets, meaning our vacant property percentage is currently standing at only 3.9%
The property industry is one which comes with a huge number of terms, many of which can be initially difficult to understand. Here at Garness Jones, we strive to make sure our tenants, landlords or potential tenants and landlords have the information they need to deal with all matters relating to their property, whether they’re renting it out or renting it themselves. In our new ‘EXPLAINED’ series, we’re seeking to do just that.
Making your property as desirable as possible to potential tenants is something which can only benefit you, not just in the short-term by securing residents in your property, but also in the long-term when it comes to the property’s value and your rental yield, both of which will be maximised by what can be a number of simple methods.
Hull’s year as the UK’s City of Culture is now reaching its halfway stages, with activity in and attention on the area continuing to give the city huge cultural, social and economic boosts. From the mesmerising Made in Hull opening ceremony to the electric BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend, the city has given both its residents and its visitors the time of their lives.