There are three key factors to consider when preparing your property for tenants:
With market competition at an all time high, presentation can be a deciding factor for a quality tenant applying for your home. It’s the little things that help – new mulch in the gardens, change the light bulbs, fresh lick of paint. The way you present the property, sets the expectation of how a tenant should care for the home throughout the tenancy!
There are a number of different factors to consider when setting an achievable weekly rental price – location, size, presentation, features etc. Making an adjustment to your weekly rental price to secure a tenant quickly can be more beneficial for your overall return than staying vacant for a few weeks whilst trying to achieve an over-inflated weekly rent.
In order to secure the best possible tenant, in the quickest possible time and for the highest possible rent, a professional marketing campaign needs to be considered. Ensuring your property is positioned front and center on all of the major real estate websites, accompanied by quality advertising photos and an expressive ad copy will encourage maximum tenant traffic and enquiry.