Ways landlords can find a tenant in a tough rental market – 4

If you think it’s harder to rent out your property than ever before, you’re not imagining it.

Not only are there fewer international migrants renting due to border restrictions, but many short-term rentals have converted to long-term.

While rents have held up in some areas, prices in some cities have taken a downturn.

But instead of a race to the bottom, there are other ways to attract the right tenant.

Listen to constructive feedback

Find out what tenants are looking for. If it’s reasonable and easy to fix, now is the time to make those changes.

Review the property’s inquires and interest regularly to monitor if it’s receiving positive feedback and interest, If not, then act quickly to make changes to elements such as the presentation of the property or price.

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Jason Gwerder
Tuesday, 11 May 2021

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