Despite all the negativity the Coronavirus pandemic has caused, single-family rental landlords and property managers are in luck. These homes are in high demand, and likely will be post-virus.
Short-term rentals are sitting vacant due to the Coronavirus, but there’s a way to get people renting these properties again. Simply turn them into long-term for the time being.
A live virtual property tour is a great way to showcase your rental, especially when social distancing is enforced. Make sure to follow these tips.
There are specific questions you’ll need to ask when on a virtual property tour. We’ve outlined these for you and explained why each one is important.
Landlords: is your renter struggling with paying rent? Here are some tips to help you receive rent payments during the Coronavirus threat.
The Cornonavirus has driven more renters to lean on virtual tours. Will applying with online rental applications follow a similar trend? Likely, yes.
Rentals.com is taking steps to offer you the safest possible rental home and tenant search experience during this Coronavirus emergency.
Technology and social platforms have now empowered renters to continue their search for their next dream home while still practicing social distancing.
With Coronavirus (COVID-19) still a threat and social distancing becoming the new normal, rental property owners and managers need to think of creative ways to showcase their rental property virtually. One way is by creating a virtual property video.
With everyday life changing due to Coronavirus, or COVID-19, digital media, online tools and technology are more crucial than ever to help showcase your property and keep potential leads moving through the leasing process.
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