Make your property more attractive to tenants
- Tenants simply move in, enter the password and get online
- 99% uptime
- 24/7/365 UK-based tenant support
- No cost exposure to you
- Protection against tenant internet misuse
Professionals have very high standards when it comes to internet access in shared housing. Many prefer not to have the hassle of setting up a broadband connection, and will happily pay for it to be included in their monthly rental package. They expect consistent connectivity and a reliable broadband service, both for work and downtime. And, if they don’t get it, they are very quick to complain – or move out.
So why take the risk, when our specialist broadband service delivers all of these things – and more – as well as enabling you to increase your monthly rental yield?
Less hassle, more income
Landlord Broadband gives your tenants fast, reliable, unrestricted 24/7 internet access; an equal share of bandwidth; a ‘no Wi-Fi dead zone’ guarantee; and responsive helpdesk support from our UK-based team. All they have to do is move in, enter the password and go.
We’ll provide you with our hallmark of quality – ‘Wi-Fi friendly accommodation’ so your tenants can be sure they are getting the best possible broadband and Wi-Fi service.
Do you waste time managing multiple invoices just to find surprise charges on them? Do you have to re-negotiate the rate with your provider periodically?
Landlord Broadband make it easy for you. You receive a single bill and a hassle-free internet service to all of your properties. Our tenant support service takes care of any technical queries, and gives you complete protection against tenant internet misuse, no cost exposure and a full equipment and cabling guarantee.
Our broadband service can also create an additional revenue stream, for example:
Manchester-based landlord with three HMOs
In a four-bed HMO, the monthly broadband subscription is £2.28 pp/pw. The landlord charges £2.70 pp/pw, bringing in £87.36 over the course of the 12-month tenancy.
London-based landlord with a large portfolio
In a 10-bed HMO, the monthly broadband subscription was £1.52 pp/pw. The landlord charges £2.50 pp/pw, bringing in £509.60 over the course of the 12-month tenancy.