Mobile homes are becoming quite common these days. There are young families and retirees who choose to buy or rent mobiles for reasons such as affordability and simplicity;for others,these homes are the only available housing option.
You sure must have seen a lot of mobile home ads which can end up being a little confusing. Mobile homes tend to be more affordable and energy efficient than conventional homes. For these reasons,there are many people today who find them attractive.
Real estate agents who have mobile homes they seek to rent out or sell need to understand the basics of crafting attractive rental ads.
Mobile home rental ads that people find captivating are sweet,brief and complete. Mobile home ads or rental ads in general should contain every necessary bit of information that would be needed by people looking to rent such homes. Make sure to include specifics of the home such as the home’s square footage,rules on pet ownership,bedrooms,bathrooms and so on.
The following tips will be useful for those agents who wish to come up with smashing rental ads that get potential tenants calling the realtor and asking to view the homes.
A good ad should always have a clear picture of the mobile home one seeks to sell or rent out. Actually many people will not glance twice at an ad that doesn’t contain a clear image of the home in question. The photo should at least show the prospect a bedroom,kitchen,living room and a bathroom. Photos taken at dusk come out best.
Remember to indicate the amount of deposit payable before entry. You need to understand the maximum amount of deposit allowed in your state as many states in the U.S have set a maximum deposit limit.
You need to specifically state in your rental ads the minimum time period that each lease agreement will cover . You may want to call your minimum lease period a ’12 month lease’ and not a ‘1 year lease’ as one year psychologically seems longer.
Location where the house is should always be included in the rental ad. The street address may also appear on the ads but the actual house number is something you may want to leave out.
Don’t tell the prospect things like they will be paying their own utilities. State if any utilities are included. The date when the unit will be ready for move-in should be a part of the rental ad content. Include your contact details;you will be surprised that so many people forget to have their contact information on the ads.
If you consider the above tips when you are doing the rental ads for your mobile homes,you will find it quite easy to have them taken up within reasonable time.
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