How to fill and lease your vacancy using Canada

Have a vacancy but unable to do normal things such as give a tour in-person or sign a lease? If you're wondering where to begin, you're in the right place! This guide will show you from start to finish how to:

  1. Make your listing stand out
  2. Offer a live virtual tour
  3. Accept applications and rent payments– all online
  4. Get more leads

How do I make my listing stand out?

Add a listing on by adding your property and selecting Add a listing

 Be prepared with great photos and an attractive property description

If you're unsure of how to do either of these, don't worry! Check out these great resources which will help make your listing stand out to potential renters:

We recommend the image file size be under 75 MB and in JPG/JPEG, GIF, or PNG format only. 

How do I give a tour?

When potential renters click on your listing, they'll be able to view a phone number where they can call you or they can email you directly through our contact form.

When a potential renter reaches out, try to understand that while they may press for an in-person tour, it just might not be possible at the moment. Be prepared with alternative tour ideas by offering sharing a video or a live online tour!

The fastest way to give a tour of your property is to share a video of your vacancy. Most smart devices such as phones and tablets have high quality cameras that can shoot video. Platforms like YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook allows you to share a video link of your property without any hassle.

To learn more on how to take great videos on your device, check out these tips from an videographer who'll show you how to shoot videos like a pro:

Note: Live online tours via FaceTime or other video chat services are easy ways to show your property and quickly answer any questions a renter may have.

Need more help?

For more tips on managing your rentals, learn more by exploring our Help Center.

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