You want your rental to be rented, right? As much as you market your property as being the best rental in town, not very many people will believe you without a website. Websites can even offer your current renters the ability to pay online and submit maintenance requests if it has the capabilities, further honing your time management on what really needs to be done on your properties.
Show your professionalism: Having a website could be the deciding factor for a potential tenant. Websites show that you are up-to-date on modern trends, which translates to responsibility and professionalism within a landlord.
Ability to show pictures: What better way to really spotlight your property? Utilize your website to show off each feature of the rental via photos, slideshows, and videos.
Weed out the less dedicated: The people that are really looking for a rental will be able to go through your website and understand the immediate impression you are trying to make for your property. From there, you will get most of the more dedicated potential tenants, as people who aren’t really looking to rent won’t get past the first or second page of your site.
Keep a platform for reviews: Your site is a great place to highlight your best testimonials and reviews because potential tenants will find this incredibly helpful in finding out other’s past experiences at your property.
Property management companies have large websites built to handle a large audience. If you aren’t sure that you can tackle the hardship of maintaining a website on your own, talk to CAB Group about the management and upkeep of property listings on our own site – so you have more time to improve your properties!