10 Great reasons to let your property with Harrogate Holidays
09 December 2015
Are you thinking about holiday letting your property? There are some huge advantages to placing your property with a letting agency. Why not talk to us - we would love to help.
Top 10 reasons to let your holiday property though a letting agency
Search engines push agency websites further up their rankings – meaning guests are more likely to find your property amongst all your competition.
The media is full of scare stories where guests book a holiday only to find they have fallen victim to scams. Booking with an agency gives them the re-assurance that their payments are secure.
Agents know their market place and can advise you on what properties let best in your area.
You may not have the time or the inclination to service your property between guests, but an agent will be able to arrange this for you – probably for less than if you use your own cleaners and contractors.
Speed of response
Delays in responding to enquiries can lead to lost bookings – an agent can reply immediately to potential guests to clinch the deal.
Guests get very frustrated if they can’t check whether a property is free for their dates - an agency website can show real time availability for your property.
24 hour online booking
Guests like to browse and book at a time which suits them – agency websites can offer 24 hour online booking which means you won’t miss out on a sale.
The self catering market in the UK is increasingly international and overseas visitors feel more comfortable booking with an established agency.
An agent will use their marketing expertise to best present your property to the right guest using a range of channels including email marketing, third party booking sites, social media and google adwords.
An agent will arrange professional photography of your property to showcase it online in the best possible light.
Give us a call on 01423 523333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a chat about how we can help you to get the most out of your property.