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Things to consider when renting your property

If you don’t stay at your Spanish property long term, renting it out is a great way to make a second income. While tourists tend to be on a tighter budget during the current economic crisis, many families and couples are opting for self catering accommodation which allows them to holiday their way, while feeling at home.

It can be hard to decide when to rent your property, where to look to rent and how to go about the process. HomeCareontheWeb provide a service which tends to all your rental needs, holding your hand every step of the way, ensuring that your property is looked after all year round.

Going about the rental process in a professional manner will ensure that pitfalls can be avoided. Here is a small guide, with some things to think about which will allow for maximum income from your property while avoiding problems:

Preparing your Property

It is important to decide on the financial objectives of renting your property; this will allow you to decide which market to rent to and for what period of time. It is also important to think about and plan for how long you plan to be at your property yourself.

Furnishings and equipment

Rental rates will depend on the standard of your furnishings; the higher the quality, the more you can charge. Think about furniture which is simple and easy to clean for example, washable cushion covers or plastic chairs.

The kitchen should be fully equipped with all appliances and ample cutlery and glasses. The bedrooms should have ample storage space, spare sheets and bedding should also be provided.

House rules

It is important to think about a set of house rules, while you do not want to offend tenants or be off-putting, it is still your property and a set of rules should be put in place to avoid any damage being caused.

Insurance

You must make sure that your property is fully insured and that your insurance company is notified that your property will be rented out, this will ensure that you are fully covered for any damage or accidents.

For more information about property management on the Costa del Sol, visit our website, or contact us on contact us on (+34) 952 83 95 95 or email info@homecareontheweb.com

Guide to generating rental income from Spanish property

tickets-301742_640Owning a property in Spain allows you to enjoy a home from home on your holidays, split your time between home and Spain and even relocate permanently, it can also be a great way to generate income through short-term or long-term rentals.

It can be daunting getting your property ready for rentals, promoting it and making sure that your guests are well-looked after and there are some pitfalls to avoid. To help people be successful at renting their Spanish properties, we’ve created a fantastic guide where we share our expertise in property management and rental with you for free. It’s called Secrets of Successful Rentals and can be downloaded from our website.

HomeCareontheWeb are also here to help you through every stage of the rental process and have partnered with Novasol to maximise the rentals our clients receive. Visit our website to find out about the Spain Rental Management services we offer, or email info@homecareontheweb.com

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