A short let rental agreement can often be a more lucrative and flexible way to let your property.

1. What is a short let?

A short let is a property that can be let from a few weeks to a few months (subject to local authority restrictions).

You can short let any type of property, from a studio to a 10-bedroom house.

Short let properties are offered fully furnished with all bills included in the rent (excluding telecommunication services).

2. As a landlord, why should I let my property on a short let basis?

Flexibility.

If you are unsure of your plans and only want to rent for a short time, short lets allow you immense flexibility. Short lets can also allow your property to bring in rental income during void periods or whilst you are securing a long-term tenant.

Choice.

If you market your property on a short and long let basis, you have the option to choose from multiple tenancy offers.

Efficiency.

If you are going away on holiday or for business, letting your property on a short let basis can be a very efficient way to ensure that your home is occupied, and can bring in rental income at the same time.

3. Everything is included.

All of our short let properties should be furnished to a high standard, including appliances and household items such as towels, linen, crockery, and electrical equipment.

All the tenant is asked to purchase are consumables.

4. Host frequent short let users.

Many large companies use short lets as a more cost-effective and convenient alternative to hotels.

Insurance companies often choose short lets to house their clients to minimise disruptions to their lives by allowing them to remain in the area.

We also provide short lets for media companies who make advertisements or films.

5. As a tenant, what are the benefits of taking a short let?

Flexibility.

The occupation of a rental property is conditional on all adult occupants demonstrating a valid Right to Rent prior to the tenancy start date. If any adult occupant fails to present himself and his original documents, proving a valid Right to Rent, then all occupants may be denied access to the rental property until this requirement is satisfied.

Home Comforts.

You have the privacy of your own front door, plenty of space, and a relaxing environment in which you can come and go as you please.