Are your leaseholders advertising their property on Airbnb and other sites?
Do you have residents complaining about other properties being rented out for holiday and other short term lets?
Are short term lettings causing problems at your development?
Are you struggling to stop leaseholders letting out their flat on short term lettings sites?
Leaseholders are being increasingly tempted to earn extra income by letting out their property when they are away, generally unaware that this puts them firmly in breach of the terms of their lease. As well as the breach of lease, a steady stream of short-term visitors can cause disruption to the development and impact on other leaseholders and residents.
If the answer to any of the questions above is ‘yes’, talk to Brady Solictors. We can help you to tackle unauthorised short term lettings.
What do we need to get started?
Simply send us:
- Evidence of the breach – for example, which website(s) is the property listed on? Airbnb, HomeAway and Flipkey are some of the best known.
- A copy of the lease.
- The leaseholder’s contact details.
Get in touch with Brady Solicitors now. We can help you to keep the flats in your developments off the short term lettings sites.
Our fixed fee, super fast process ensures that the offending leaseholder is aware of the consequences of their activity and – in virtually every case – we can bring an end to Airbnb activity.