The eyes of the world will be firmly fixed on London later this year when the 2012 Olympics take place before a global audience. The Olympic Games have long been considered to be the pinnacle of the sporting calendar and because it is first time they have been held in the UK since 1948, demand for accommodation was expected to be extremely high.
Those with a property available to rent in the country’s capital have been licking their lips at the prospect of attracting visitors to their accommodation and expecting to be able to acquire a higher rental price than average. Not the case it would seem.
The Guardian newspaper has reported that one of the main reasons why landlords are struggling to gain the attention of tenants is because of the sheer number of people they are finding themselves having to compete against. They also have several thousand hotels standing in their way.
But rather than give up, landlords should be looking into ways of improving their home to try and make people give their property a second look. One of the best forms of home improvement is the conservatory as conservatories in Nottingham give people more space to enjoy and can often improve the overall valuation of a home, or in this particular case its rental price.
Once you have had a conservatory installed you should then look into furnishing it as to be fully enjoyed it needs to be filled with sofas, chairs and tables. Conservatory cane furniture tends to be the preferred option for homeowners as it looks good, offers durability and doesn’t rot or fade when it comes into contact with direct sunlight.
A conservatory will help get your home up to gold medal standard and get people talking about long after the closing ceremony.