Have you noticed that when you’re processing tenancy applications, you often have to contact private landlords (landlords who manage their own properties, without using a professional Property Manager) to obtain a rental reference on the tenant?

This is an opportunity not to be missed – for two reasons:

  1. If you’re calling a private landlord to request a rental reference, you’re actually doing them a favour up front by letting them know that their tenants are looking to move out. Private landlords often don’t know their tenants plans to move out, so you’re already providing value to them by notifying them of their tenants plans.  This can mean you’ve already scored points in the landlord’s eyes, and can offer your services to the landlord to help them find a new (replacement) tenant.
  2. Quite often, bad tenants use private landlords, because they struggle to secure rental accommodation with professional property management agencies. This is good and bad news for you.  It often means that you won’t want to rent to those tenants, but it’s good news because you can help a private landlord to get rid of their bad tenant (through the proper legal eviction process) and offer to help them find a new (good) tenant.

Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity that appears on your desk all the time.

For more information on how to maximise these opportunities in your own Rent Roll claim your free 30 minute strategy session today!

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