Considering the limited space for content on the average rental advert, it’s important to put some serious thought into the actual substance of your listing. It can be tempting to rush your advert and focus your attention instead on running your rental properties. But, the truth is, if you take your time and craft a high quality rental listing, it could save you both time and money in the long term.
To find your perfect tenant in the shortest time possible, you need to make sure that you’re getting the most out of your rental listing. Getting creative with your word play, knowing what to include - and exclude - from your photographs, and even optimising your listing for the web are all steps that can go a long way to getting your rental listing right first time, every time.
To help, we’ve put together an infographic that outlines nine areas of your rental advert that you really can’t afford to overlook.
For more useful information on renting out either a commercial or residential rental properties, be sure to visit our landlord insurance page where you will find a wealth of information, including information on properly covering yourself and your properties.
James is an online content creator at Make It Cheaper. Having previously created a variety of content for a number of websites and media outlets, James focuses on making it easy for SME owners to find interesting and engaging content - as well as useful guides and online tools.You can email James at firstname.lastname@example.org
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