That Elusive Summer Long Let

Summer is kicking in again, and as always, the market is swamped with short let requests. Of course these enquiries are always a mixed blessing for estate agents as the other side of the coin reveals a much more difficult time negotiating rentals for a longer period.

In fact anyone hunting around right now for a well priced long let in the Sliema and St.Julian's area will know what I'm talking about. The "short lets" carrot is already within the landlords' sight and no one can blame them for jumping at every opportunity to maximize their income. However, if one looks hard enough, and that is what my job partly consists of, a few pleasant surprises do come up.

So......... this week's best value for money properties are:

A 2 bedroom apartment on the Sliema Tower Road seafront. Well furnished with large sitting room enjoying superb views - Lm160 monthly

A 3 bedroom wide fronted fully furnished flat in San Gwann with seperate large kitchen/dining and seperate sitting room - Lm150 monthly

A massive 3 bedroom fully furnished apartment in Swieqi with private roof. Wide fronted and very atractive layout Lm185 monthly.

A large and spacious 1 possibly 2 bedroom villa apartment, in Victoria Gardens, Ta' L-Ibrag, with lovely front garden enjoying good privacy. Easy parking outside front gate Lm115 monthly


All properties are available for viewing at short notice. The latest letting updates are always available online at www.62582.com together with other property related articles penned by reputable lawyers and accountants.

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