Maximizing Rental Property Appeal

28th August 2023

Tips for Seniors

Renting out properties, whether they're small apartments or spacious villas, can be a great way to generate income. But how do you make your rental property attractive to potential tenants? One key factor is making the most of the available space. You don't want to overwhelm the place with stuff, but you do want to show tenants how they can comfortably live there. Here are some tips that might help:

Entrance Hall:
Add a small table against the wall with a mirror above it. This can create a feeling of more space. Install a low shelf where people can put their keys, bags and other items. Hanging hooks for coats and bags can be useful too.

Kitchens can be small, so use vertical space wisely. Install floating shelves to store items. Put often-used things on lower shelves and use the higher ones for decoration.

Add shelves and mirrors on the walls. Consider a standing coat rack for towels. If possible, a heated towel rail can be helpful. You can also get a corner shelf for the shower that sticks to the wall without drilling.

Use a storage unit at the end of the bed for extra space. A bed with a tall, comfortable headboard can makethe room look bigger. Pendant lights can free up space on the side tables.

Living Rooms:
Mount the TV on the wall and use a long, narrow storage unit underneath it. Floating shelves can hold decorations and books. An "L"-shaped daybed can divide the living and dining areas. A modern carpet and glass-top table can tie the room together.

Dining Rooms:
If the dining area is small, get a flexible table. Clear chairs can make the space feel more open. Large mirrors on the wall can create the illusion of more space.

Home Office:
Turn a spare bedroom into an office. Use a wide shelf as a desk or a fold-away table. Mounting the TV on the wall can save space.

In today's rental world, it's all about functionality, style and purpose. If something doesn't serve a purpose, it's better to remove it. Our experts can visit your property, assess what's neededm and provide cost estimates. This way, your porperty can be ready for tenants, making the rental process smooth and hassle-free for you. Contact us today to get started! 

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