How do I value my property for rent at next year’s Golf Open Championship in Hoylake?


So you have decided to rent out your home for next year’s golf Open Championship in Hoylake. So what’s next? Do you advertise it yourself where you can save hundreds of pounds on commission or do you market it with an estate agent?

How do I value my property for rent at next year’s Open in Hoylake

open championship hoylakeWe’ve had a few enquiries already from people thinking of advertising their own property with us. However, one of the key questions we are asked is: How much rent can I charge? Depending on the property you have available the price will vary. So if you have a particularly large house that’s within walking distance to Royal Liverpool Golf Club you will be able to command a lot more than a smaller property that is further away.

What we have said is search the internet to see what sort of rents were being asked for during the 2013 Open in Muirfield. You can still find information on the likes of gumtree. Values can vary from several hundred pounds through to thousands!

Save money by advertising it yourself

If you advertise your property with us we give you the flexibility to change your advert. So this could be the price you are looking to charge, the detail or even the pictures. Ultimately it’s your choice if you are looking to try and save money and advertise it yourself and manage the property including tenancy agreements, rent and deposits. You can also save hundreds of pounds in commission.

The alternative is the agent with the commission fee. Either way the earlier you get your property marketed the more chance you have of being able to let it. Don’t forget we’ve also got people already sign up for our Open 2014 property alerts. These are people already looking for property to rent in and around the Hoylake area for this fantastic golfing spectacle.

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