What can you do if you’re not attracting tenants.
It may not be you…
… but It may be the state of your property…
… Everything is up to code.
… The property is neat and tidy.
… So why aren’t they queuing up for your rental?
It may be up to par, but there is always something you can do to make it more appealing to potential tenants.
Small renovations are the little value adds that can make a big difference.
Here are three for you to try.
Renovation #1 – Maximising Space
You don’t need a large budget to make your space seem larger.
Most renters want a property with decent space.
But you don’t have to knock down walls to expand the property.
If your rental is a little light on square footage, try installing mirrors or other glass materials.
Simple installations work great on a budget.
And if they’re installed correctly, they can make any room on the property appear larger.
Renovation #2 – Light Up the Room
Many tenants like bright and well-lit spaces.
You may not be able to control the natural light in the room, but you can control artificial light placement.
Consider adding or upgrading light fixtures in larger rooms like the master bedrooms or living rooms.
You don’t need to go all out.
A few well-placed fixtures to light up dark corners can go a long way to brightening the entire room.
Just remember to choose neutral fixtures.
You want simple styles that can cater to a wide range of tastes.
Renovation #3 – Reface the Kitchen Cupboards and Drawers
A full kitchen renovation will eat into your budget.
However, the kitchen is also one of the first places that potential tenants will look.
You need to modernise without spending a lot of money.
Refacing the cupboards and drawers is the ideal solution.
You spend far less money while still being able to create an attractive kitchen.
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