Is your agent professionally marketing your property?

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The rental market is a very competitive space. Prospective tenants filter through online listings and you have just seconds to grab their attention! You want your property to stand out from the others and be the one that potential tenants pick up the phone to arrange an inspection.
Just like marketing properties for sale where the well marketed properties sell more quickly, professional marketing of your investment property will capture the attention of quality prospective tenants over the standard forms of rental marketing.

Here's why Living Melbourne market's every property professionally and at no cost to our landlords:

1. Professional photos capture your property in its best light and use the correct angles to find the perfect shot!

2. Professional photos set your property above the others, quickly grabbing the attention of prospective tenants online!

3. Professional photos attract the highest of quality tenants

4. Professional photos can be used if the time comes to sell your property

5. Professional photos lease your property faster

If your property is not being advertised using professional marketing, consider the quality of tenants, higher rental and lower vacancy periods you’re potentially missing out on.

Contact Living Melbourne to advertise your property the professional way, saving you money and securing quality tenants for your investment!

The rental market is a very competitive space. Prospective tenants filter through online listings and you have just seconds to grab their attention!

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