Tagged: marketing

RentPro now uploading to StuRents

It is now possible to upload from RentPro to StuRents where it is FREE to list your properties.  To set up this feed simply get in touch with StuRents by emailing Feeds@StuRents.com




RentPro partners with Move’m

Move’m is a student housing review platform, built to give landlords and agencies a way to showcase their reputation and for students to share their experiences. Online reviews have fundamentally changed how consumers shop,...




RentPro Partners with Nethouseprices

Did you know that you can now feed your properties to advertise from RentPro to Nethouseprices?  So who is Nethouseprices? Nethouseprices.com allows you to advertise your properties for free. Check out their new exciting...




School catchment area high on list of priorities for house hunters

School catchment area high on list of priorities for house hunters

The proximity of a property to a school ranks highly in the wish list of would be buyers and renters in the UK. In a survey conducted by online estate agents Urban, some 95%...




Advertising Tenancy Fees

Advertising Tenancy Fees

As you may be aware, recent new guidance from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA, previously the Office of Fair Trading) and agreed with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), states that all rental property...




Official code on lettings published

Official code on lettings published

Endorsed and commissioned by the UK Government, a new code has been published for the private rented sector. While parts of the code relate to mandatory legislation, most of the code sets out a...




Landlords say no to online agents

Landlords say no to online agents

The latest Property Academy Landlord Survey shows that only 7% of landlords would chose an online agent over a high street equivalent. The main reasons given were the importance of local knowledge, the preference...




Product differentiation key factor in attracting new business

Product differentiation key factor in attracting new business

A recent survey demonstrates that landlords and tenants are finding it increasingly difficult to differentiate between agents. It’s no longer sufficient for agents to say that they provide a professional service. To attract new...




Contrasting views on the impact of tenant fees

Contrasting views on the impact of tenant fees

Shelter today claimed that new research has shown that a ban in Scotland on agents charging tenant fees has had no negative impact on letting agents, landlords or tenants and a similar ban should...