When trying to market your property, it’s important to make sure that it’s rent-ready.
A rent-ready property is clutter-free. Nothing puts off a prospective tenant like a property that is cluttered and dirty. They need to be able to see your property as a place they could call home.
If your property is painted colors like blues, green, or other custom colors, particularly dark ones, you may have a hard time landing a tenant. To appeal to a greater mass of prospective tenants, paint your home in neutral colors.
Make sure that you have made all the necessary repairs. This will make it easier for you to hold the tenant accountable for any damage they have caused to the property when they move out.
You should also have appliances available. Many prospective tenants aren’t looking to own their own dishwasher, stove, washer/dryer, or refrigerator.