When a property is left vacant, it could be at risk of being occupied by squatters. Unauthorised occupation is on the increase, and the longer the property is left empty, the greater the risk. There are various dangers associated with squatting, including fire hazards, expensive damage to the premises, and the risk that the squatters will refuse to leave when you need the property for authorised tenants, meaning you lose out on valuable income and become involved in a time-consuming struggle to get rid of them.
If you are left without tenants for a long or short period of time, it’s important to take steps to prevent this happening and defend your valuable property so it remains in good condition.
If you own a property that is currently unoccupied, we can protect your investment and ensure that the property is kept safe. We can take on full management, handling every task, and will even pay you regular rent so you can continue to make money from your investment during the void periods.