Thursday, March 29, 2012

Want To Rent Your Puerto Banus Property? Accessibility is key

For those of you who are considering renting out your property in the Marbella area for a long term contract (11 months), it is imperative that the listing agent you choose has easy access to your keys. On occasions the owner opts for a third party key holder and whilst this is fine when the residence is empty, when it needs to be shown quickly, it can prove problematic.

There are many prospective renters about at the moment, but clients can often phone an agency and want to view properties immediately. If access can´t be gained, then clients will simply view what they can get immediate entry to. Straight away you have lost out on tenants.

In some cases key holders can be deliberately difficult, as if the property is rented they may not get their residual maintenance fee. Now, that is certainly not always the case and there are many excellent key holders out here in the Marbella area that really do have their owners interests at heart. There are also some bad apples, so listen to what your agent has to say about how easy it is to contact the keyholder and how willing they are to turn up on the spare of the moment.

NB Make sure you vet keyholders and agents very carefully.

If you want to rent out your property in Puerto Banus or anywhere in Marbella, click here and fill out the form so we can discuss how we can help you.

Villa For Long Term Rental Near Puerto Banus Marbella

Here is a great example of a luxury Puerto Banus long term rental villa property that offers absolute beachfront living. Close to a newly built promenade that will take right up to the Ocean Club in Puerto Banus, this newly renovated house is definitely presented in a stylish manner.

The property has a games room and furnished in a contemporary modern style that so many people find desirable. You can easily walk to the restaurants below the Guadalpin Banus and the great beach bar situated in front of it.

This is a large house that looks directly across to the beach. To the west you have the San Pedro promenade with its restaurants and bars, in other words, you are walking distance to everything.