Don't return any calls.
Run a new add with a higher price.
Compare the number of calls to the first ad results.
At some point you will see a tapering off and that may be a good price point to start interviewing tenants.
Keep in mind that many tenants will try to negotiate the rent down when they are in front of you.
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I have a feeling you already have a good idea what its worth but also know that the market is in your favor and are ready to have a professional RE Agent (at no cost to you) find qualified renter(s)... and let you continue doing whatever it is you do best. If so, google my office/name, go to Yelp, and anywhere else you can... when you are satisfied we are #1 give me a call personally. I only take on honest & respectable landlords and expect the same from the tenants I bring to them. I rely on 90+% referrals and repeat customers.
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It is hard to say what you could rent the property for not knowing what the level of finishes in the home. I am guessing this is a single family home based on the Sq Ft so you may be surprised at the rent if it has the amenities people are looking for. Have you rented the property in the past ? When was it last renovated? What is included if anything in the monthly rent ?
Will you rent this yourself or work with a local Realtor to help you rent the property? Either way the best way to get an accurate monthly rental rate is to have a rental agent visit your property. We are a bit off cycle right now but there is so little inventory it may work to your advantage.
My office is on Huron Ave and I think the village is one of my fav places in all of Cambridge. It is just a short walk down to Harvard Square and the village is full of places to eat and shops
Best of luck