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Take plenty of pictures of your rental property

March 12, 2012

When the time comes to sell or rent your residential real estate, it is very important to take pictures and post a detailed description of your rental property.

Using the internet to do research before making any major financial decisions has become commonplace in this modern age.

As a result, it is necessary to cater to this kind of demographic by providing as much information as possible when advertising through the web.

If you are able to describe all of the amenities in detail, illustrate clear terms and conditions of rent, as well as post photos of every room in the unit, you will cut down on phone calls and enquiries that could be wasting valuable time.

Many rental-seekers scour through ads, looking for specific requirements that will narrow down choices. If your ad does not fully illustrate what your unit has to offer, many times it will simply be passed by.

Or worse, an ambiguous description that attracts people under false pretences will likely only serve to annoy them and cause you to go back to the drawing board.

When marketing your residential property on the internet, the best way to be clear, honest and thorough is to post as many photos as possible. After all, a picture really is worth a thousand words.



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