Your tenant decides to put an end to the lease? This leaves you one to three months to find a replacement. You can take advantage of this departure to make improvements in your home and seduce even more easily the next tenant. Discover all our advice to rent quickly your property.

Dialog with your former tenant

Your tenant does not have to justify himself if he wants to leave your home. On the other hand, you can ask him how he felt about the strengths and weaknesses of your property. He is in the best position to talk to you about possible noises, the neighborhood and the comfort of the apartment according to the seasons, especially if you do not live nearby. Word of mouth is the cheapest way to find a tenant. Ask your former tenant and even the co-owners of the building if necessary.

Take advantage of the departure of your tenant to carry out work

A change of tenant is a good opportunity to give a boost to your property. Improve the heating system, change the flooring, repaint the walls ... You will more easily attract a tenant with a clean and functional housing. Make beautiful photos that will highlight your property in real estate listings. If your budget is limited, know that there are many financial help to improve the energy performance of your home.

Measure the living space

Be certain of the living space of your apartment or your house for rent. Even after the signing of the lease, the tenant can claim a rent modification if he finds a difference of more than 5% between the surface stated on the lease and the reality. As a reminder, the living space includes the floor areas of conventional rooms and attics and excludes those of terraces, balconies, verandas, cellars, attics, car parks and attic undeveloped.

Equip the housing

Facilitate the life of your future tenants by offering a property already developed. This is even truer for small areas, for which tenants do not always have the means or the desire to invest in furniture. To be considered as furnished, the accommodation must include at least:  
  • bedding with duvet or blanket,
  • a device for concealing the windows in the rooms,
  • hotplates,
  • an oven or a microwave,
  • a refrigerator with freezer,
  • cooking utensils, cutlery, plates and glasses in sufficient quantity,
  • a table and seats,
  • storage shelves,
  • luminaries,
  • Housekeeping equipment.
If you do not want to rent your home completely furnished, you can simply install built-in cupboards or a kitchen equipped with an oven and a dishwasher for example.

Target tenants according to the property

To better choose the files of the rental candidates, become fully aware of the potential of your property. Geolocation, the presence of transportation, schools, the economic attractiveness of the neighborhood, the size of your home and other factors influence the profile of your tenants. If you own a studio near a university, you have every interest in offering a competitive rent that will appeal to students. If you have difficulty renting a large space to a family, try the experience of colocation! Although this involves managing multiple contracts, the vacancy rate is generally low for this type of lease.

Call a professional

To ensure the best grip of your rental housing, entrust the rental management to a professional. Being in constant contact with people looking for housing and through its different channels of advertising real estate, he can help you find a reliable tenant easily.