Landlord insurance policy holders may be able to rent out ‘green’ homes more easily

December 10, 2011

CIA Let Property Blog

Landlords who are interested in retro fitting their homes will need to be protected by landlord insurance.

‘Green’ homes are becoming more popular with landlords and tenants with the assets being increasingly successful.

Managing director of Sense And Space, Richard Addenbrook, said more and more people are choosing to live in properties that cost less to run. He then said that the demand for real estate makes no difference when you add energy efficiency into the equation, but he seems to think this will change.

“People are going to tend to go for the one that is going to cost them the least to run in the long – run.”

Mr Addenbrook added that estate agents are  now focusing on how big a domicile is at the moment when they are trying to get people interested, this being a big tip to landlords.*

Applications to the department of energy and climate change’s renewable heat incentive opened on Nov 28th, this is to help buy – to – let investors retro fit their homes and make them more ‘green’.

*Source – Simple

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