Marketing Your Commercial Property to Tenants

Landlords Property Guide Marketing your commercial property is something that requires good planning. Let our guide make your marketing plan run smoothly and help you to target the right tenants for your commercial property.

Commercial Property Marketing

Once you have chosen a letting agent to represent and market your commercial property, it is important to make sure that your agent understands exactly what you are looking to achieve from the letting and is enthusiastic about it.

Your commercial property should be promoted through the following examples:

  • Branded ‘To Let’ signboards – a signboard outside commercial property will increase the local awareness of your property.
  • Coverage on a commercial property website, MOVEHUT to obtain maximum exposure. This is essential as the Internet has become the main driver of viewing leads for all estate agents.
  • Enhance your listing on MOVEHUT to gain the maximum exposure possible, making them stand out in comparison with others within the given area and/or category you’ve chosen.
  • Carry out variety of networking and direct marketing.

This is not a definitive list. Your agent may employ various other methods to advertise your property, and this should be clarified before the process starts. An initial marketing budget is usually agreed at this stage

It would be helpful to provide your agent with the initial relevant information to assist in marketing your property. Your agent will usually add to this with detailed descriptions and photographs of the property, using their in-depth local knowledge and history of previous sales. Please see an example of a listing that is marketed and listed effectively to attract prospective tenants.


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