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  • Rent-to-Rent

    Set up a website for Rent2Rent business?

    Hi guys,

    Just curious to ask has anyone setup a company and then a website for R2R? Also if anyone has any samples they can share?

    Thank You

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    Nah, because R2R is a truly awful business strategy.

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    That’s not a fair response. R2R is maybe an awful strategy to you. But it’s made some people very wealthy.

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    Yes I am sure it has made some people wealthy.I think they are known as Property Gurus

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    It can be a good strategy but you need to have the education if you are not sure.  Also knowing your market and be compliant.

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    I took some education over 20 years ago that allows me to realise that R2R is a bad strategy.

    The education was called GCSE Maths.

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    I am sure Rent to Rent has made some people wealthy - namely and mostly those people who teach it as a strategy but probably don't do it too much themselves.

    There's definitely a lot more money to be made in selling a dream than undertaking reality.

    As I have stated before, I believe the margins on Rent to Rent to be far too slim, not to mention all the legal and compliance requirements.

    To answer the question - You could have a website which documents your business and the standard of your properties etc. but how many people would actually visit it and want to consume the information?

    Having said that, I think it important to have a brand and a web presence of some kind to act as a calling card and be a due diligence resource, so, on balance, I would say it would make sense to have a simple but stylish website that reflects your brand and the quality and brand of your proposition.

    It should feature lots of great photography, your company number, your VAT number, your ombudsman scheme membership details, a brief history of the company and the person/people behind it, a privacy notice, example properties, a list of the services you offer, your contact details and other social media profiles.

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