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Old Feb 27th 2010, 9:02 pm
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Originally Posted by qwertyjjj
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OOI, do places do 6 month lets? I would have thought landlords would be pushing more to let out places during the summer for the much increased premium even if it's just 2 months.
Looks like even if we moved we couldn't start renting until May/June and that's right in the middle of tourist season.
Some landlords will not take long term rentals, due to the problems one can have getting a bad tennant to vacate.
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Old Feb 27th 2010, 11:16 pm
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Some landlords will not take long term rentals, due to the problems one can have getting a bad tennant to vacate.
Time of let is inmaterial, it is the wording of the contract, if it is not correct the tennant can stay for five years if they want to and pay their rent on time.
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Old Feb 28th 2010, 1:49 am
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Originally Posted by missile
Some landlords will not take long term rentals, due to the problems one can have getting a bad tennant to vacate.
So they'd rather take short term lets, doesn't make sense - they need to get the money from somewhere?
...or is there a scheme set up to protect tenants in Spain?
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Old Feb 28th 2010, 3:58 am
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Time of let is inmaterial, it is the wording of the contract, if it is not correct the tennant can stay for five years if they want to and pay their rent on time.
That is my point. Even if tennant does not pay the rent and trashes the property it can be very difficult and expensive to get them out. Some LL do not wish to expose themselves to the risk and feel safer with holiday lets.
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It can be very hard to find "reasonable" long term rentals so you should get in contact with someone who has a lot of them on their books.

You should also consider that unless you live in a town center and car is a must, yes it's a small island (45km) but taxis are expensive and as someone else pointed out, busses are not that frequent. There are hundreds of foreign cars here especially in the summer months so bring your own if you can.

You can expect to pay 800 -1200€ a month for 2 bedrooms and shared pool, long term...houses are more.

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