I know rental is pockert money ,but....

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Real Estate Agent with Du Rite Realty, Co.

 Beside selling, I happened to get many rentals. I have many people walking to my office looking for rentals. I check my own listings and  I end up going to the MLS and look for Apts or houses. I know there isn't much commission in a rental but it only take 10 minutes  to put a listings in the system and all I see is the address  and the commission split, the name of the agent and office phone number. Is it to time consuming to put the inclusions and  condition  and some bla bla remarks? Please at least get back to the agent who is interested in the rental and  we are talking about a $3000 house rental not a 1 BR Apt of $1100. Am I asking for too much?

Comments (4)

Steve Loynd
Alpine Lakes Real Estate Inc., - Lincoln, NH
800-926-5653, White Mountains NH

Sharona

We have a regular MLS listing for our rentals and are required to post photos ETc..

Steve

Apr 13, 2008 02:39 AM
Ralph Schnelle
Southwestern Realty - Sahuarita, AZ
Designated Broker, Serving Sahuarita~Green Valley

Hi Sharona,

Rentals can be a great way to pick-up future clients.  We have a number of people who will rent for a season or two, decide they like the area and come back to us and purchase a home.

 

Thank you,

Ralph Schnelle
RE/Max-Valley Properties
Green Valley, AZ. 85614
520-940-0614- cell
520-300-5445- fax
www.my-Real-Estate-of-Arizona.com

Apr 13, 2008 02:44 AM
Michael Setunsky
Woodbridge, VA
Your Commercial Real Estate Link to Northern VA
Rentals may be pocket change, but they do add up. I agree with Ralph, it a great way to pick up future clients.
Apr 13, 2008 02:51 AM
Royal Goodman
Royalty Home Solutions - Madera, CA
"We Treat You Like a King"
Sharona. I think it is a good idea. You could get referrals from the renters as well as future clients. Keep in touch with them and find out why they elected to rent. Thanks, Royal..
Apr 13, 2008 02:51 AM