5 Apr

Eco-scheme benefits houses to rent in Wolverhampton

Eco-scheme benefits houses to rent in Wolverhampton

Eco-friendly property to rent in Wolverhampton has been awarded a Best in Britain award from National Energy Action (NEA).

The charity's recognition of the rejuvenated housing sector could boost demand for houses to rent in Wolverhampton, or further investment from landlords into energy efficient improvements.

Thirteen derelict properties were transformed into eco-homes by a local housing association.

NEA competition judge Maria Wardrobe said the project will "significantly improve the lives of many vulnerable people".

Tenants choosing property to rent on the basis of monthly costs may find rates vary depending on the situation of the property owner.

The National Landlords Association (NLA) says the ability of a buy-to-let investor to lower rent depends on "his own circumstances".

Chris Norris, policy manager at the NLA explained: "While property may represent a financial cushion for some landlords ... [they] will only be able to lower rent levels if it is economically viable to do so."ADNFCR-1222-ID-800488264-ADNFCR

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