Rising Number of Landlords using the Internet to Find Tenants

The habits of house-hunters have changed with the advent of the internet, and websites such as rightmove and Zoopla.  Indeed, around 90% of people begin their search for a new home online!

It is no surprise, therefore, that landlords advertising on these sites secure tenants quickly and minimise any void period.

Online letting agents are becoming increasingly popular with landlords.  Letting agents who are operate entirely online allow DIY landlords to advertise their properties on the major property websites without the cost of a traditional letting agent.  You no longer need a letting agent in Leeds or a letting agent in Manchester, you simply need a letting agent that operates online.

The process is simple, requiring a little more input from the landlord, in terms of property descriptions and photographs, and accompanying viewings, but by cutting out the high street letting agent, you cut out a massive cost.

The costs of letting agents, particularly in big cities, such as letting agents in London, can be really quite high, and often do not stop at the fee for finding a tenant.

Online letting agents such as The Online Letting Agents have a transparent pricing structure and are significantly cheaper than their high street rivals.

Although not for everyone, online letting agents offer a cheap and effective solution for self service landlords, enabling them to find the tenants they want quickly and easily.

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