Grant Management Predicts Letting Market Will Be a Leading Light For 2009
January 26, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsLeading property rental and investment company, Grant Management, predicts a continued, strong residential letting market well into 2009. The outlook is positive with continued high demand from tenants for high quality rental homes. Many homeowners became 'accidental landlords' at the end of 2008 and it is anticipated that this trend will continue at the start of next year.
Peter Grant, founder and chief executive at Grant Management, said: "We expect to see strong demand from tenants in 2009. The market will no doubt be dominated by buyers who are looking for a real bargain – namely professional buy-to-let investors and first time buyers. 2008 was a traumatic year for the sector but the outlook is looking far more positive for next year. As a business, we are cautiously optimistic and are looking forward to 2009."
Grant Management has high quality flats and houses to rent in a number of major UK cities, including; Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Stirling, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester, Salford, Birmingham, Nottingham and Bristol. Perfect for students and professionals alike, the company is seeing strong demand across the country for its flats and houses.
Good news for those with an environmental conscience, Grant Management plant trees for every property let via the charity Global Trees (www.globaltrees.co.uk), to offset carbon emissions. Appliances including dishwashers, washer dryers and A grade boilers are energy efficient giving tenants peace of mind and helping to keep bills low!
Grant Management services are UK wide they offer property to rent in Nottingham and property to rent in Manchester and in Scotland they have property to rent in Glasgowto name but one.
As well as high quality furnishings and interiors, Grant Management's homes offer a number of additional benefits to tenants including having ARLA trained staff, dedicated tenant website providing support online and a 24/7 helpline for emergency repairs.