Taking those first steps into the holiday letting market can be extremely daunting. Prospective owners always have important questions they need answering, such as what is the best location? What is the ideal property size? And what features will make my property stand out from the rest? That's where we, Maid in Calderdale can assist you, with our expert advice.
We can support you in making that perfect investment, with our years of experience and wealth of knowledge. No matter what stage you are at in the process, we can help. You may have seen a property advertised for sale but your just not sure if it is in the right area, or what work would need doing to bring the property up to scratch. Give us a call and we would love to have a look at the property with you and give you an idea of its potential as a holiday let.
Pros and Cons of buying a holiday let
Buying an investment property for the holiday letting market is a very exciting adventure, but is a big decision and investment. It is absolutely vital to consider all of your options before committing to a buy, to ensure your investment will work for you. Here at Maid in Calderdale we can guide you through the buying process, helping ease that added stress.
There are a whole host of benefits to renting out your property as a holiday let, from the exceptional long term investment, to having your very own holiday home, essentially pay for itself!
One of the cons of renting your property as a holiday let, is all the hard work that goes into making your investment viable. A lot of work goes into being a successful holiday home host, ensuring your home is reaching it maximum rental potential. From taking professional photos to represent your property at its best, to daily communication with guests, marketing and change overs : however the letting process does not need to be hard work for you, Maid in Calderdale will make all the difference in making the whole process seamless and your investment viable.
From April 2016, the stamp duty you pay on a second home is changing. As of April 2016, when you buy an additional property, you will be charged a higher rate of stamp duty. This is as follows: