Renting out your Spanish property either for holiday rentals or long-term rentals can be an excellent way to cover costs of owning a second property such as mortgage payments, maintenance costs and bills.
If you want to be able to use your property at certain times during the year then renting short-term would be right for you. This can be lucrative, but you need make your property as desirable as possible to your potential rental clients, actively market the property and be fully prepared to deal with guests when they arrive.
To help owners to rent out their properties, we have a useful page on our website about What to consider when renting your property in Spain for holiday rentals which covers important areas such as:
- Deciding on your financial objectives
- Furnishing and equipping your home
- Furniture check list
- Guest manual, house rules
- Legal and financial implications
We’ve also produced an in-depth guide called the Secret of Successful rentals which offers practical advice about renting your property either short or long-term which we have learned over the last ten years providing property and rentals management services in Spain. This can be downloaded for free on our website.
If you’re considering renting your property and would like some advice, feel free to ask your questions below this post and our experts will be available to answer them.