I am purchasing a condo in the carolina forest area to rent out. What is the best way to advertise the opening and availability?

Asked by Chris Munoz, Philadelphia, PA Fri Mar 15, 2013

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Andrea Jones, Agent, Myrtle Beach, SC
Sun Mar 17, 2013
I work and live in Carolina Forest and know of a couple of people looking for rentals now. Please let me know details and I'll pass along. If you haven't yet closed, just keep me in mind when you do ... I often come across clients needing rentals.

Otherwise, I agree with others here... Craigslist, social media, zillow, or a rental company.

Best of luck!

Andrea Jones
Re/Max Ocean Forest
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Michael Eag…, Agent, Myrtle Beach, SC
Sat Mar 16, 2013
If you hire a realtor make sure they use all the social media to advertise for you. The terms differ from office to office. If you would like to speak with me feel free to give me a call of simply visit my website

Mike Eaglin
Real Estate Broker
KingOne Properties
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Russ Ravary, Agent, Commerce Township, MI
Fri Mar 15, 2013
You can either post on Craigslist or hire a realtor to put it on the local mls
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Mike Costello, Agent, Myrtle Beach, SC
Fri Mar 15, 2013
My company has a rental department. Please consider using us to manage it for you. (843) 333-1059
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Pat Westmore…, Agent, Myrtle Beach, SC
Fri Mar 15, 2013
You can always use a rental company for the renting which my office has or otherwise I would probably use Craig's list. There see,s to be a lot of activity on it for. The rentals. As I said my office does do this so let me know if we can help you. Thanks,Pat Westmoreland. pwestmoreland1948@yahoo.com
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Liz Smeltz, Agent, Garden City, SC
Fri Mar 15, 2013
I manage over 50 properties here and you need to be prepared to do background and credit checks before you start advertising. Long range management is challenging especially if your tenants stop paying rent or sublease your property. There are many ways to advertise including Craigslist. You also need to be prepared to deal with issues-heating and cooling failures, plumbing issues, etc. You need to have good contractors available to take care of the issues if there are problems. If I may help, please contact me-Liz Smeltz, Real Living At The Beach-Realtor/Property Manager 843-504-6888. Good luck in your endeavor.
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Jennifer Wat…, , Myrtle Beach, SC
Fri Mar 15, 2013
I'd be more than happy to discuss this with you over the phone, 843.217.1950, or you can email me at BuyWithJennifer@aol.com .

Jennifer Watts, Realtor
Buyers and Sellers Agent
Dockside Realty
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