1. Put Up Fliers. This is considered an old school technique, but we say if it isn't broke, don't fix it! Ask around at local businesses if you can put up fliers in their establishments that advertise your vacancy. Make sure you have your contact information and any relevant descriptions of the property and arrangement. Include the address, the rental amount, any amenities, pet policy, and size of the rental so that you only get people who are seriously looking for something exactly like what you have. If a business is reluctant to allow this, perhaps you can offer to put in a good word with your new tenant for their company when someone moves in. It will be a win-win!
2. Rental Application. A rental application is an invaluable tool when it comes to trying to let an apartment. You can ask for all the information you may need on a couple of sheets of paper so you never have to go looking for it. This can include their name, social, and references. Just make sure to state that family isn't a good source for them to use.
These are only two small tips to get good residents. There are many more that will make their way to this site if you stick around, so grab a cup of tea or cocoa and keep reading!