Mobile homes are increasingly finding acceptance in the U.S today. Such homes are rented or purchased by families or individuals who prefer to live a simple life or by those who see them as the only option.
There are many mobile home ads on poles and other places which at times can leave you confused as to the best mobile home to rent or buy. Mobile homes tend to be more affordable and energy efficient than conventional homes. Due to these reasons,there are many families and individuals who are looking to rent or own mobile homes.
Real estate agents who have mobile homes they seek to rent out or sell need to understand the basics of crafting attractive rental ads.
Mobile home rental ads that people find captivating are sweet,brief and complete. Good rental ads should be drawn up in a way that ensures that no critical detail pertaining to the home is left out so that potential clients can make an informed choice. Basic information on the unit such as the square footage, bedrooms,bathrooms and specific policies e.g. whether pets are allowed should be included.
The following are the essentials of effective mobile home rental ads.
Getting Creative With Houses Advice
A clean,clear photo of the home that a particular mobile home rental ad seeks to show case should always be included. Many people don’t think of reading rental ads that lack a clear image of the property being rented out or sold. The photo should at least show the prospect a bedroom,kitchen,living room and a bathroom. Photos taken at dusk are of better quality.
Always include the security deposit the new tenant needs to pay before they can have the unit. Be careful so that you don’t exceed the maximum security deposit allowed in your state.
Getting Down To Basics with Properties
You need to specifically state in your rental ads the minimum time period that each lease agreement will cover . Use a phrase such as a ’12 month lease’ instead of a ‘1 year lease’ as the prospect is likely to see as though 1 year was a longer period than 12 months!
Your mobile rent ads should also include the location of the home. You may also decide to include the street address where the home is located but it is not a good idea to include the specific number of the house.
Your ad should leave out details such as tenants will pay their utilities. State if any utilities are included. The actual date that the prospect can move in should be shown. Remember to leave your contact information somewhere on the rental ads.
If you consider the above tips when you are doing the rental ads for your mobile homes,you will find it quite easy to have them taken up within reasonable time.