Investing in a holiday home can be a big ask, especially if you’re only staying there for a fortnight a year. Buying a property and becoming a holiday home landlord is a great way of making money out of your property when you’re not using it. In fact, renting your property out could earn you three times more income than a buy-to-let.
Of course being a holiday home landlord is no easy task, especially as you may not be living in the vicinity. Here are some things to consider before making the step.
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