3 Tips To Help You Find Tenants Quickly

Finding tenants quickly is a critical task that distinguishes great landlords from good landlords. 

Finding tenants quickly by yourself can be a daunting task if you don’t already have a network of tenants at your disposal but it doesn’t have to be!

As a landlord, what do you do to make your rental property stand out in some way? And how do you manage the entire process to avoid going helter-skelter so you don’t make regulatory and other costly mistakes?

Is there a unique way to market your rental properties in order to attract the best tenants? Also, after renting the property out to tenants what happens next? How do I maintain a good relationship with my tenants?

Here are three tips will assist you in finding and onboarding tenants quickly.
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1. Property listings with useful details

Creating a detailed, well-written property listing is one of the best ways to get your property rented faster. Make your description as specific and comprehensive as possible.

Renters generally know what they’re looking for, and if it meets most of their criteria, you’ll likely find a tenant much faster. Make reference to key features to make your rental property stand out like carpeted floors, balcony or patio, washer or dryer in-unit, central heat and air.

2. Play up your (rental properties’) advantages

Find a way to highlight the benefits of your rental property.

Perhaps your rental property has a backyard and is in a neighbourhood where those are uncommon. Perhaps there is in-unit laundry, walk-in closets, hardwood flooring, granite/quartz countertops, good transport links close-by, close to local amenities or good schools in the area. Use these stand out features to your advantage

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3. Use High Quality Photos

The pictures of the unit are usually the first thing that catches a tenant’s eye, which is why having high-quality property photos is essential.

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