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How to Survive in the Private Rented Sector in 2023
The Private Rented Sector (PRS) is a dynamic industry, with trends and best practices constantly shifting to meet supply and demand.
LOFT x Grado
LOFT is thrilled to announce our partnership with Grado, to exclusively supply their furniture to customers across the UK.
Furniture for student accommodation | LOFT 2023 brochure
As the standards of student living continue to rise, it's essential to match those expectations with high-quality and on-trend furniture and furnishings. Explore what matters the most to students this year and check out our full range for students.
LOFT Launches Pre-Loved Furnishing Solution for Property Professionals
Before LOFT, there was Chattels, a quality used furniture outlet located in Manchester, established in 1978. In essence LOFT was born from a second-hand furniture business, and it gives us great pleasure after a 20-year hiatus to return to our roots and launch “Pre-Loved Furnishings by LOFT.” By definition, Pre-Loved, Second Hand or Pre-Owned means furniture that has been previously owned and used. 
L20FT – The past, present & future of residential interiors. 20 years of LOFT Life.
May 26th 2023 marked 20 years since a start-up a company called “Buy To Let Furnishings” was born, designed to add fluidity to the property management industry and improve residential interiors across the Private Rented Sector (PRS). Nobody could have predicted the PRS metamorphosis over the last two decades, every element of designing, building, letting, managing, operating, furnishing, sharing, and living in residential property has changed since we started the business.
LOFT partner with HomeViews for Build To Rent Report 2023.
Build to Rent (BTR) remains the most exciting sector in UK property. Over £4bn was invested in 2022, and data from Rightmove reveals a 323% increase in tenant demand for BTR since 2019. HomeViews data provides the most comprehensive, detailed insights available into the BTR resident experience, covering 89% of completed developments with over 36,000 residents providing feedback.
How Purposeful Interior Design Can Retain Your Residents | LOFT
Higher quality, design-led interiors naturally equate to a greater sense of wellbeing among residents, among other things. Residents who feel as if their wellbeing is being catered for through their immediate environment will be naturally happier in a property setting, leading to higher retention rates.
How to Increase Your Rental Property Yields | LOFT
Life as a landlord is never plain sailing, especially with the rental sector more than doubling since the early 2000s. But with the rise of ‘Generation Rent’ and more than half of 20–39-year-olds expected to be renting privately by 2025, their expectations are higher than ever.
LOFT’s Journey to Net Zero: ESGmark Accreditation
For LOFT to improve our environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices and contribute towards a cleaner future for all, it is crucial to set a clear framework of ESG policy commitments. Without establishing clear standards across our operations, it is difficult to implement our sustainability practices and to ensure that our colleagues, partners and suppliers uphold these company values.
LOFT x The Developers Club: The Property Industry’s Most Exciting Partnership
Our newest partnership is an extremely exciting one. This organisation aligns with our mission and values perfectly – they saw a gap across the residential marketplace and created a solution to fill that gap, much like how LOFT began 20 years ago. Introducing LOFT’s newest partner; The Developers Club.
A 360° Insight Into The Residential Property Sector | LOFT
360 service, 360 products, 360 sustainability, 360 innovation. LOFT has provided a 360 solution for residential interiors for 20 years. Positioned perfectly in the centre of the residential marketplace, we advise, and add value for landlords, investors, residents, agents, developers, contractors, & operators.
How To Maximise Your Property & Stay Ahead of Interior Trends | LOFT
Well-being is inherent in our daily practice; our interactions, routine and especially our surroundings all impact our health and wellbeing. Whether it be consciously or subconsciously, the lockdown has made many people look past the surface aesthetic of their interiors and question the benefits of their furnishings and interiors. Lockdown also served to put people back in touch with their innate human desires to feel safe and comfortable within their homes, viewing the home as a secure refuge from the rest of the world.