⭐ Here are some easy home improvements you can make to attract more tenants.

So, you’re trying to find tenants for your rental – great!

⭐ Here are some easy home improvements you can make to attract more tenants.

1. Up The Curb Appeal
Improving the outside of your rental property will help attract potential renters. Look at the outside of your rental through the eyes of a potential renter and figure out what changes to make to make it more attractive.

2. Stage The Home
Get rid of clutter.
Pack away family portraits and the like to make the rental a “blank slate.”
Take out bulky/extra furniture that might be making the space seem cramped.

3. Paint The Walls
A fresh coat of paint on the walls can make any home seem fresh and clean. Choose a light, neutral color like a tan for the walls and some shade of white for the trim.

4. Do The Floors
Make sure to dust, vacuum, and/or mop before each showing. If any tiles or pieces are broken, consider repairing them before inviting potential renters into your home.

5. Use Light To Your Advantage
If you’re showing the home during the day, open every window to allow natural lighting to flood the space, as natural lighting makes rooms appear brighter and bigger.
If you are showing your rental at night, be sure to turn all the outside lights on as it will help the applicant find the property and it will make it more inviting.

Emma Co Personal Real Estate Corp | Macdonald Realty | 6046183888

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