Investors: Have You Heard Of Rent Auctions?
If you own rental properties, you’ve got to hear about this latest concept: Rent Auctions.
Typically, you check comparable rental units in the area, check market reports and do your best job at setting the price of rent in your rental units. Right? Then, you advertise the rental unit for the price that you think is the most accurate rate. Consider this though. One South African start up company began a rental listing and management service. Instead of just declaring the rent, landlords have the option t o allow potential tenants to bid on the opportunity to rent a space.
Obviously, you set a reserve rent. That way you don’t have to risk being forced to rent a property out for a few hundred bucks. Plus, as part of this service, renters are pre-screened for the landlords as soon as they sign up. The idea is that the resulting rent will be the actual, true market rent. It won’t simply be your best guess.
This idea seems to be incredibly popular and might soon replace the old way of doing things. Imagine if you knew that every time you rented out a unit you were getting the actual best rent possible?!
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