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I have a house to let and have advertised in Gumtree but only agents have called me. Are there any other websites I can advertise with for families, without going through an agency?

Asked on Mar 13 2012, Renting in London | Report content

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  • Dont advertise on Gumtree just look on Gumtree for properties there should be lots on there or local papers, newsagent windows etc

    Answered on Mar 13 2012, Report content
  • You could try Loot or free ads in a local paper. Convenience shop windows are a good place to advertise as most local people shop at them and might be looking for somewhere. Also try a quick Google search, you should find other sites where you can advertise property free of charge.

    Answered on Mar 13 2012, Report content
  • Personally I always look at Gumtree first, there are many other places - local papers, preloved my property where is your property

    Answered on Mar 14 2012, Report content
  • Hi, I'm surprised you haven't had much luck with gumtree. The last property we let, was through gumtree and had more tenant leads than from the larger portals. Is your marketing good? Have you priced it realistically? Are you using good photographs to generate interest? Have you tried upad? or other online agents? Give us a call if your still having no luck. hope this helps

    Answered on Apr 2 2012, Report content
  • If you wish to advertise your property yourself, enjoy the benefits of your property appearing on the major portals and deal with the enquiries yourself. Then try, they were pretty good because it allowed me to remain in control of letting property and only cost me £39 + vat.

    Answered on Apr 11 2012, Report content
  • Try - unlike Upad and other websites there is no charge whatsoever. It's aimed directly at private landlords that wish to manage properties themselves and want to market the property on the internet. The landlord avoids agency fees, the tenants avoid agency admin fees. Everything a landlord needs is made available through carefully selected affiliates. No obligation, no charges, just a bit of your time. Read our homepage, do some google searches and see where we come up!

    Answered on Apr 26 2012, Report content

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