Selling a Tenanted Property?
Sometimes it can be easier to sell a tenanted property as is, without serving notice on the tenant to vacate. And there are plenty of property investors looking for “already tenanted” properties at auctions throughout the UK.
Selling a tenanted property – a guide for landlords. Public auction can be an ideal way to sell a tenanted property. Although you might not achieve full market value for a tenanted property versus selling vacant, there is a strong demand for tenanted properties at auction. Tenanted properties generally sell for less than vacant properties because the audience of buyers is restricted to investors only, whereas with a vacant property the audience is opened up to the whole market, including owner occupiers.
Last updated by Mark Grantham on 6th March 2020
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