How Landlords Can Advertise Rentals On Rightmove
Are you currently in the process of looking for tenants for your rental property? Are you looking to bypass extortionate letting agent fees by trying to directly list your rental property on the biggest rental portals in the UK, like Rightmove? Then you’ve come to the right place.
Below is a list of websites that will market your rental property on the biggest UK property portals, such as Rightmove, Property Finder, Primelocation, Hot Property, Globrix, Think Property etc. If you want to find tenants quickly, and pump juice into your marketing campaign, then you should list your rental on these websites, especially Rightmove.
I’ve personally used several of the sites listed below, and they’ve always managed to find me tenants quickly and efficiently, saving me thousands on letting agent fees over the years.
Websites that allow landlords to advertise their Rental property on the most popular UK property portals like Rightmove:
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I try my best to keep the information of each agent up-to-date, but I still recommend you read their T&C’s from their website for the most up-to-date information.
The portals I mentioned, such as Rightmove and Zoopla, don’t deal with private landlords directly, they only deal with letting agents, so you can’t just go direct to the portals looking to market your vacant property. That’s why you need to use the “online letting agents” to upload your property details onto the portals.
Most high street agents use websites like Rightmove and Findaproperty to market their properties, and a large portion of the times, that’s where they get their leads from. The only difference is, high street agents take the viewings and charge a shitload more.
Please be assured that I can’t guarantee that any of these websites work or will successfully find you tenants, it’s also important to read their T&C’s to ensure you get the service you expect. All I can say is that I’ve used a few of them in the past and they worked for me. So I can conclude that these types of gateway websites actually do work.
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