On a separate note, I've had bad experiences with agents who weren't helpful problems arose. Recently I'd had an issue with the tenant (repeated late rent), and I wasn't able to get help from my agent. What actions should I take to rectify the issue. Is it my responsibility to deal with it or should the agent be a mediating body? Thanks all for reading this.
Should you have engaged a salesperson who is willing to go the extra mile to assist your issues with tenancy, you are considered lucky. Technically a salesperson role is to assist you the marketing of your property for rent and secure a tenant. I am proud to say that I have been following through all my tenancy transactions from day 1 until now with no complaints from my tenants and landlords. If you are keen to find out more about the potential rental returns of your property, please provide more specific details as it will help in the process of providing a better estimate. I am sure you do not wish to be misquoted on the rental amount and make a misinformed decision.
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