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14-09-2018, 17:26   #1
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Raising the rent

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I'm looking to raise the rent on my property. Its outside of a rent pressure zone so its need to what the going market rent of properties in the area are, just one thing, how do I find this out? Is comparables off daft enough but that doesn't really show what a property has been rented for? Thanks
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Why doesn’t it. It shows the asking which all that’s required. Or you can select to show let agreed. As long as they are comparable in size type location it will be fine.
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Oust side of RPZ s it is hard to find comparators. Make sure to download the property details and not the variations between your property and the comparators. If the tenant challenges you at the RTB, you will have to explain your valuation as in better than x, not as good as Y hence the price.
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Oust side of RPZ s it is hard to find comparators. Make sure to download the property details and not the variations between your property and the comparators. If the tenant challenges you at the RTB, you will have to explain your valuation as in better than x, not as good as Y hence the price.
Make sure to download the property details and not the variations between your property and the comparators

How do you mean by this line? The variations between your property and the comparables? Thanks
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Why doesn’t it. It shows the asking which all that’s required. Or you can select to show let agreed. As long as they are comparable in size type location it will be fine.
Thanks, how do I find the let agreeds of a particular area? I can find an agents let agreeds but there is only one in this area and I dont think he particularly good.
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Do your research of comparables on daft or other websites and take screenshots or print off the adds so you have hard evidence
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Make sure you used the template for notification of rent increase on rtb website. You have to state 3comparable properties on your letter.
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Make sure to download the property details and not the variations between your property and the comparators

How do you mean by this line? The variations between your property and the comparables? Thanks
I meant note the variations. Has your property a bigger kitchen gardens etc.
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