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The Commercial Renting Game | Free Advertising: Myth or Reality?

Free room advertising may seem too good to be true, especially when you take a look at the fees that are charged by letting agencies around the country. So, should you pay to advertise an office for rent or will free advertising suffice? Let’s find out…

There is nothing wrong with free advertising when you are looking to rent an office. After all, why should you pay for something if you can benefit from the same service free of charge? Nevertheless, this does not mean that you should advertise your office via any old website. You do need to choose with care. There are a few things that you need to look out for. 

Mainly, you need to make sure that the rental website has a good following. There is no point in advertising on a free website if no one visits the site. Aside from this, you should make sure that there are not any hidden expenses. Some websites may allow you to post a listing free of charge, but then they may charge you for adding photographs to the listing or to feature high up on the result pages. 

Choosing a site with promoted ads is not advised, as you won’t get a fair shot at securing tenants. You need to find a website that orders results based on how closely they are linked to the person’s search, not how much the landlord is paying the site provider. Also, make sure the site does not charge potential tenants if they want to get in touch with you.

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Of course, you need to make sure that you prepare your office for tenants too. Read more here about ensuring your property is prepared with great air quality and a comfortable working environment. 


Finding An Office Yourself

We also have a number of different tips for you if you are the one looking to rent out an office. Firstly, make sure you have contents insurance from the moment you move in. Your landlord will be responsible for the buildings insurance with Commercial Renting, but you will need to get contents cover for everything that you own. Also, check your deposit is protected when you find an office for rent, and make sure you have a good method in place for keeping track of your bills. There are plenty of free apps available today that will assist with this. Vet your landlord before you agree to rent an office from them to ensure they have a good reputation. You do not want someone that is unreasonable or unreliable, i.e. someone who won’t carry out essential repairs or maintenance when needed. 

Aside from this, you can avoid extortionate letting agency fees by searching for an office online. Finally, note down any flaws in your office before moving in, so that you do not get blamed for them later down the line. If you follow these tips, you can be sure that everything will go as well as possible with your office move and Commercial Renting.


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