What to do When a Tenant Enquires About Your Property

If you previously used a High Street agent, a key difference with Upad is talking to prospective tenants, conducting your own viewings and choosing the right people for your property.

For our landlords the sense of control this difference brings is a big part of the attraction. However, when you get that first email or text, there might be a moment when you think "mmm, what do I do now?".

Here's a quick guide on what you need to do.

Call Them!

When you receive an enquiry it's important to call the tenant as soon as possible. They are likely to be 'grazing' the property sites for a short period of time. If you call them immediately you'll be at the top of their list. Over 50% of enquiries to traditional agents aren't responded to until the next day so this can be a real advantage for Upad landlords.

Wait for Them to Call You

Very occassionally a tenant will choose to opt out of allowing us to send you their details (under data protection law). These enquiries will come up as a series of asteriks. The tenant still has your details however and they will be in contact.

Be Prepared

When you call the tenant, be ready with any questions you want to ask to ensure they're the kind of people you're looking for. This will help avoid wasting both their time and yours. We've written a handy PDF guide to help you choose the right questions both on the phone and at the viewing itself as well what questions you can expect them to ask you.

Click here to download your guide How To Choose The Right Tenant

Be Flexible

When you are arranging the viewing be as flexible as possible; remember the tenant's diary is likely to be just as busy as yours and at the end of the day these may be your next customers...

It's Easy!

That's all there is to it. Once you've had that first few enquiries and a viewing or two you'll feel like you've been doing it for years.

Buy a Upad package and get more tenant enquiries today.

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