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The Letting Agent’s Guide: managing your portfolio in the midst of a pandemic

The lettings industry adapted to the outbreak of coronavirus faster than most thought possible. However, with the number of cases on the rise and lockdown measures being tightened again the future proves to still be very much uncertain and agencies are struggling to maintain momentum.

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Overview

Coronavirus has undeniably changed every aspect of our lives. Since the outbreak, a new normality has been created as individuals and businesses have adapted to the unique challenges we face in 2020. The same can be said about the lettings market which has transformed. The way agents, landlords and tenants operate has changed dramatically. Managing your portfolio in the midst of a pandemic is no easy task and while many have adapted quickly, others have been left behind. It did appear that the worst of the pandemic seemed to be over, but with the number of cases on the rise and lockdown and social distancing measures being tightened again, the future is still very much uncertain. Ensure that your agency operates effectively in the new normal and emerges from this pandemic in a strong position.

The lettings industry adapted to the outbreak of coronavirus faster than most thought possible.

Marc Trup CEO, Arthur,

However, with the number of cases on the rise and lockdown measures being tightened again the future proves to still be very much uncertain and agencies are struggling to maintain momentum. No one knows what the future of the lettings market will look like, which makes it extremely hard to plan for. However, there are things you can do to make sure that your agency continues to operate effectively in the midst of a pandemic and succeed in a post-pandemic market, whatever that may look like.