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[Infographic] 10 Tips To Minimise Vacancy Rates

 

Minimising vacancy rates gives you more financial freedom to boost cash flow and grow your investment portfolio.

If your property is left vacant for too long in between tenants, it may mean you'll have to dip into your own savings to make mortgage repayments and maintain the property, which is obviously not ideal.

This infographic shows 10 ways investors can keep their rental properties in high demand, so they'll never be left short changed.

Hope it helps!




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You can also check out this blog for a guide on how to prepare your property for rent more successfully, or this infographic to find out how to find positive cash low investment property.

Please let us know in the comments section below if you agree with these tips on minimising rental vacancies, or add some of your own.

Thank you.

 

 

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