It is a question we get asked all the time by potential landlords, if I buy a property that needs work doing to it, how much would be too much work?

It is a difficult question to answer, for a lot of landlords getting a property to the basic level of renting is sufficient, however as we show in the video below, there are benefits to going the whole hog, especially if you are looking to maximize your rental income.

Earlier on today I went to take a look around 21 Goulden Road, a house where the landlord has taken each floor back to brick to create a loft-style apartment one-bed and two-bed apartments on the lower floors.

Loft 300x225 - How much work should I do on a rental renovation?

By separating a large garden space to the rear the owner has created a private garden for the ground floor, communal gardens in the center and off-road parking, an altogether impressive renovation.

Parking 300x225 - How much work should I do on a rental renovation?

Both the properties that have been finished are currently on the rental market and can be viewed on our website. If you have any questions regarding rentals or renovations please do not hesitate to get in touch on 0161 249 5160 or markdiamond@julianwadden.co.uk