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We do things differently. We understand how much your investment means to you and that’s why it’s important to us too. Being a landlord can feel like a full time job, so let us take the stress out of property management with comprehensive contractor management, timely property inspections and proactive rent collection. We believe that by helping landlords stay on top of their responsibilities, we’ll help make happier landlords and happier tenants. With Newton, you can feel confident in your portfolio investment, however big or small.

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Featured News

Opening Back Up For Business
Wednesday 24th June 2020

The property market here in Scotland will officially open back up for business on 29th June as we move to phase two of our roadmap out of lockdown.

This means that home moves will surge ahead with stringent safety measures in place. Here at Newton Letting we believe that June 29th can’t come quick enough - we have many tenants waiting to get the keys to their new home and many more seeking suitable accommodation.

Pent up demand

According to latest reports from Citylets, letting agents have already experienced a huge spike in new tenant enquiries property, with transactions that were put on hold due to the pandemic, finally able to complete. We believe that there will be a big surge in demand as soon as the market opens and that the backlog of tenants that have been unable to move over the last 3 months will no doubt cause a ‘ripple’ effect with people looking to move over the peak summer months.

The importance of finding the right tenant for your property

We are yet to see the full effects of the pandemic on the economy, but with the Job Retention Scheme soon to be phased out, we do have some concerns that some tenants will not be able to meet their financial obligations. Therefore, securing the best possible tenant has never been more important going forward. It’s imperative that tenants stay as long as possible to minimise any void periods and that they are in a secure position to ensure that they can pay their rent month to month.

Keeping clients safe

The Scottish Government has issued new home moving guidance and virtual viewings should take place wherever possible and if viewing in person, virtual tours should be used prior to visiting the property to minimise the time spent at the property. In addition, it’s important to develop effective contactless tenancy moves and to keep any measures in place until the risks are negligible.

Could the market have opened sooner?

Whilst we are all relieved that the market will re open in less than a week, we also question whether the market could have opened sooner, in line with England. We believe that with the correct procedures in place to protect everyone from the risks, the market could have already reopened.

Rental Demand Up By a Third
Monday 25th May 2020
The return of the housing market has seen demand for rental property boom - with data from Rightmove showing activity in the first week since the lockdown in England eased, with rental demand on the portal registering at its highest ever in its 20 year history. There is a strong possibility that this will happen in Scotland.
According to Rightmove, almost 23,000 new rental listings appeared on the portal since the first day of reopening, down 10% on the same week last year. However, the total available rental stock is now up 13% since before the lockdown in March.Asking rents have risen 2.1% compared to last year, down from an annual rate of 3% before lockdown. On average they are £1,089 per calendar month across all Great Britain. This new activity on Rightmove shows that home-movers have determination to continue with their plans in the coming months. If you are looking for a suitable rental property, talk to us at Newton Letting and register for alerts.
COVID-19 - Rental Market Rebounds in England
Tuesday 12th May 2020
This week we saw a lifting of many restrictions in England. One of these was that the property market started back up again with estate agents being one of the first businesses to open following lockdown.  Here in Scotland that message is to 'Stay Home' but could we learn lessons from what will happen in England over the next few weeks?
The last few months have been very difficult for letting agents across the UK with a steep decline in completed tenancy applications but these figures have given property owners hope.  The level of demand is vital to agents and we will have to adapt to a 'new normal' when it comes to marketing property to let. It is predicted that over the next few weeks we will see a significant rebound for the market in England once restrictions on moving house are lifted further paving the way for how things could play out here in Scotland. Many moves are on hold at present so we believe that demand is building up each week. Sales will be hit harder than lettings, as people delay getting their foot onto the property ladder and remain renting instead to see how the market is affected over the next six months. Talk to us at Newton Letting if you would like advice, whether you're a tenant seeking a property or a landlord looking to maximise your investment.
The New Normal?
Sunday 10th May 2020
The Government has issued guidance to estate agents, buyers and sellers that more activity should be done online if possible. The new guideline document states "The process of finding and moving into a new home will need to be different given those involved in the process will have to adapt practices and procedures to ensure that the risk of spread of Coronavirus is reduced as far as possible” This 'new normal' will including much of the home seeking and viewing process taken online, including virtual initial viewings. The document also states that “We encourage people to do the majority of their  property searching online … To support this agents may ask home occupiers to conduct virtual viewings.” In relation to new-build property sales it advises: “Where possible, developers should promote virtual viewings.” And for conveyancers the guidance says: “Conveyancing should aim to conduct as much of their business remotely as possible. The rest of the guidance concerns social distancing, surface-cleaning and hand-washing, including agents being requested to avoid  contact with clients showing symptoms or having been advised to self-isolate, appointment viewing systems, stopping open-house viewings, enforcing 2m social distancing between individuals, clients making their own way to appointments, providing hand sanitising facilities and increasing ventilation by keeping all internal doors open during viewings. See the full guidance. At Newton Letting we will be undertaking all relevant changes to our business practices to adhere to the new rules that will come into force here in Scotland.