In the press
Holiday Lettings in the press
This month Kate Stinchcombe-Gillies writes about the importance of comprehending the detail when buying property overseas.
Zoe Dare Hall compares the investment opportunities in these two destinations that are close-to-home but beyond the economic woes of the eurozone. The piece includes comment from holidaylettings.co.uk on the demand for holiday lets in both markets and subsequent income opportunity for investors. (Article behind paywall).
Leon Watson summarises the newest challenge to holiday home owners in Cornwall - whether to vote in their place of residence or where their holiday home is. The piece includes comment from holidaylettings.co.uk about the risk of alienating holiday home owners who encourage local tourism if councils continue to refuse to acknowledge the difference between them and those who keep their holiday homes for personal use.
Rosalind Renshaw covers the topic of Cornish councillors vetoing voting for second home owners. Holidaylettings.co.uk is quoted defending the right to vote for those who let their Cornwall cottages in turn supporting the local economy and using local services.
Holidaylettings.co.uk comments on the news that second home owners are to lose their vote in the county. In support of second home owners, Holiday Lettings claims that those letting their homes and attracting tourists to the area should retain some say on local services as they use them so much more than second home owners who keep their homes for recreational use.
Richard Alleyne discusses the news that Cornwall Council has taken steps to ban those who own second homes in the area from voting in local elections. Holidaylettings.co.uk is featured responding to the news as another political step against those who let their second homes to holidaymakers and drive significant tourism income to the Duchy.
Tony Dawe selects his picks of the holiday deals and includes Heath House
in the Scottish Highlands. A week here until mid-October is available at the discounted rate of £625, sleeping seven. (Article behind paywall).