Samthewindowman

Round for lease Norfolk/Suffolk!

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Hi guys, 

 

Looking to rent out my round in Norfolk/Suffolk including villages like Southwold, Beccles, Norwich, Cromer, with an average of a 5 min drive between each property. 

 

I will need to be paid £2450 PCM for the round. I can include my 2014 van with all the equipment set up but that would be £2850 a month. 

 

Round makes roughly £4500 a month, but pretty much every week I have gutters/con roof cleans so often make over £5000 a month. 

 

Work can be done in 3/4 days 8:30am till 2:30pm. Appreciate it may seem like I'm asking for a lot but it's high quality work, over £50 an hour easy. 

Looking for an honest reliable guy, will get all paperwork sorted and a contract signed. 

So potentially £2550 a month for part time hours! 

 

Text me on 07706839669 if you're interested. 

 

Thanks guys 

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Leasing as going travelling for a while but would still manage the round as much as possible on cleaner planner abroad.

sorry looking for someone to do the lot and not separate it 

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your asking for over 50%, I'll be honest and say I doubt you'll get much interest, going rates usually about 20-25%. A better idea may be to employ someone. That way your still in complete control, when renting you do nothing apart from get your cut and let the windy run everything,

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Hi thanks for your reply, yeah I know it seems like a lot but I think it's all relative if the round earned £1800 a month then 25% would be fair but as it frequently earns over £5000 a month I didn't think £2550 a month for 3 days a week short days was pretty good. 

Maybe employing would be a better idea, just didn't want to deal with the hassle of employing someone.. 

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Well if it all works out okay I will keep the rent leased out as my wife can work remotely also. 

All depends on if I'm messed around or not 

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I'm to far away but I would've thought £2k inc van would be a fairer price as whoever takes it in has all the other costs to bare. That would make it closer to a 50/50 split, hope you enjoy your travels.

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