A survey of private landlords has found that female doctors would be their dream customers for tenancy agreements.

Research by Halifax Landlord Insurance found that the ideal landlord tenancy involved a female GP, aged between 35 and 46.

Martyn Foulds, senior claims manager at the firm, believes the results indicate private landlords' preference for reliable tenants who they can count on when it comes to property management.

"The research shows how particular landlords are about the types of people they rent to and highlights how much they care about their property,"he said.

Some 77 per cent of landlords said they preferred female tenants, while almost a quarter (24 per cent) said a GP was the most preferred occupation they would wish their prospective renter to have.

Property management is a priority for many landlords during the winter period.

The National Landlords Association warned in November of landlord responsibilities during the festive period to inform their tenants of appropriate actions to take in the event of problems such as burst pipes or power cuts.ADNFCR-2002-ID-18980548-ADNFCR

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