How To Present Your Property To Let Online

How To Present Your Property To Let Online

One of the busiest places online these days is a property site. It is crazy the way traffic is heading towards that direction, and it is not difficult to understand why this is so.

Properties listed on the internet are selling like wildfire, especially on a site managed by those who know the secret of doing this.

While property deals are being sealed daily online, some sellers are groaning under the pain and frustration of waiting for weeks and even months without closing any sales. Presentation is the “keyword” when it comes to achieving success with online property sales or let.

Here are a few tips on how to present your property to let online:

Detailed description

you must be detailed in your description of the property. Actually it is not about volumes of junks (no one has the time to read volumes and pages of articles); it is about presenting the property with the best description to convince the buyer. Of course, you have to be honest in your description—do not attempt to present fake information. Your information should also include asking price, commission, amenities, payment structure, type of environment, accessibility, and many more.


a property with quality pictures of both the interior and the exterior sells faster than ones without images. Take quality pictures of the building and upload same on your property site. A good quality kitchen or lounge shot will generate more interest in a rental property than an external shot.

External shots are important and should be offered among the property images, but they should not be offered as the main image if you wish to generate as much interest as possible.

Here are some of the features most tenants look out for looking for a property to let online:

  • Number of bedrooms.
  • Number of bathrooms.
  • Kitchen facilities.
  • Bonus features e.g. built in wardrobes, wireless Internet etc.
  • External features e.g. off street parking etc.
  • Views if applicable.

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