Sophia G Customer Story OpenRent Case Study

Customer Story: Sophia G

Sophia’s letting agent wanted to charge her £2,000 a year just to find tenants for her flat. Luckily she had heard that OpenRent could find her a tenant for free, and set up her tenancy for just £69.

As a first-time landlord, she used our Free Trial to advertise her property on Rightmove, Zoopla and dozens more, finding a tenant in two days.

Sophia’s Story

“I used the OpenRent free trial on the recommendation of a friend. I was sceptical at first as I always thought using high street letting agents would be more straightforward.

“This couldn’t have been further from the reality! OpenRent is incredibly fast and user-friendly.  They exceeded my expectations – I thought the process would be more complicated.

“I hoped for a tenancy in one week. Viewings began almost immediately from when I posted the ad. I only gave two viewings and the second lot of tenants moved in!  

“From creating the ad, to the tenant placing a deposit, took just two days. The team were always ready and willing to answer any questions right away.”

Cheaper, Safer & More Secure

“The priority for me was low fees and OpenRent saved me approximately £2,000 a year [compared to a high street agent]. I actually felt more secure with OpenRent as they offered me insurance to cover me if the ‘landlord’s worst nightmare’ occurred: tenants not paying and moving out!

“I would never use a high street letting agent after my experience with OpenRent. I have already recommended it to other landlords. I won’t be using any other company going forward!”

Sophia found a tenant in just two days!

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