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A multi part marketing plan, CL, Trulia, FB, Blogging, and a few signs out front.
Ryan Huggins - Thousan...
Thousand Oaks, CA
Stevens Point, WI
Inna Ivchenko gave you great suggestions. A
CLEANLINESS of the vacant unit
Michael J. Perry
Depends on the price point.
Place ads everywhere and a lot of pictures, with a clear directions how to reach a person in charge.
Debe Maxwell, CRS
All good anwers are here. Good luck.
Great answers are here.
Craigslist is always good as well as the MLS with a good co-broke. Facebook marketplace is supposed to be good as well.
Don't do rentals...
I do not work with rentals.
No longer own any rentals. Depending on the area it can be easy or a struggle.
I don't do rentals, don't own rentals, so have no methods.
hotpads and craigslist
Jenifer Kynor - same as listings! Though I rarely work on rentals.
List it for lease on my local Board on the MLS
Many times it is word of mouth
The tenant gives at least a 30 day notice so I promote the property on local
Facebook rental sites. Once the close is close, perhaps within 10 days, I'll bring in the Property Management Company to make sure it doesn't sit vacant.
Market the same way I do any listings.
A sign in the yard, put it in MLS, and post to rental inquiry sites. MLS will allow distribution to multiple homes websites. It's surprising home many are rented just from the sign in the yard.
MLS, Zillow, the hated Craigslist, signs, email list of old inquiries, pitch verbally at preview meeting-
usually rents in a few days our market is tight,
But I'm picky - check credit, current housing, look at car upkeep, w-2's
Zillow has a free rental service that produces excellent results......
I like to post it in the mls or facebook.
I can get 2 dozen appliacations in 2 days with a combo of Facebook ads and the local paper.
Hubby has sites he posts them on - I typically get tenants from my MLS listings though. Other agents bring me more tenants than any of the other sites...by far!
135 different sites using Appfolio.