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How Upad Works:

Letting a property with Upad is simple.

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Tell us about your property — rent, key features, rooms, local area.
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Your property will be advertised across the internet and we'll handle the initial tenant enquiries.
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Pick the right tenants and we'll reference them for you, at no extra charge.

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We generate an average of 19 genuine tenant enquiries per property.


Register for free guide:
"How to choose the right tenant"

Picking the right tenants can seem like a straightforward process, but getting it wrong can be very costly. From what questions to ask on the phone to what to look out for during the viewing, this guide will make sure you make the right choice.

  • What questions to ask tenants over the phone before viewings.
  • What tenants will ask when you're showing them around your property.
  • How to arrange viewings.
  • Choosing which tenants are right for your property.

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