I noticed today, in showing clients rentals in Melbourne and Viera, that several of the properties we looked at did not have For Rent signs in the front yard.
All the houses without signs were vacant.
Does a rental without a sign keep a house from being visible to perspective clients?
Over the past couple of years we have heard about vandals breaking into empty houses and clearing them out. Some are being stripped of appliances and even the copper wiring behind the drywall.
I provided these customers with a list of rentals online, through our local MLS. The houses they we were looking at were in the $1300 to $1500 a month price range.
Does a house without a For Rent sign in the yard keep potential tenants from seeing the house? Or do tenants in this price range typically go out looking with a Realtor that has already helped them locate properties, ahead of time, online?
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