Tailor-made strategy for marketing your real estate
In the next step, we develop a tailor-made strategy for marketing your house, flat or commercial property. It is first important to identify the target group of potential tenants. We do this by taking a close look at the area, the cut, the living space, the furnishings and the character of your rental property. As an estate agent with high quality standards, we develop an individual marketing strategy for your rental property. This is the centrepiece for a successful and quick letting of your property.
Marketing material for the rental
First, we create professional photos and intelligent advertising texts aimed at the right target group. If necessary, we have the floor plan redrawn in a visually appealing way. Then we put together a high-quality exposé for your property that puts all the highlights and important information in the perfect light. The exposé is also optimised for online retrieval.
Selection of the tenant
Choosing a tenant is essential and at the same time a big challenge. Frequently, numerous interested parties ask whether you can rent your property. In addition to rational selection criteria such as the creditworthiness of prospective tenants, it also takes some experience and a keen sense of sensitivity to find the right tenant. By addressing the right group of prospective tenants and professionally managing the viewing appointments, we determine the group of promising prospective tenants for you. We know which questions may be asked of the respective prospective tenant in the course of a voluntary self-disclosure. Because, be careful, you are not allowed to ask just any question.
Of course, our offer also includes that we will support you with our advice regarding the final decision for your tenant, if desired.
Rental contract and handover
Due to the large number of complex regulations in tenancy law, it is important to draw up a legally sound tenancy agreement and get it signed. Especially when renting privately, there are many points that must be observed as an owner. For example, the so-called rigid renovation clause has been found invalid by the Federal Supreme Court. Rigid means that the tenancy agreement specifies exactly when the tenant has to carry out cosmetic repairs. This clause would be invalid. A flexible renovation clause, on the other hand, is legally permissible and helps to partially override the legal regulation that the landlord is responsible for all cosmetic repairs. We support you within the scope of legal possibilities in working out the contractual details. Of course, we also take care of the recorded handover of the rented property to your new tenant.