If you are like most real estate investors, you have used your personal mobile number for a variety of reasons. Investors often use a personal mobile telephone number when listing available properties for rent as well as on lease agreements, for rent signs, for sale signs, etc. Why wouldn’t you? You need to provide potential tenants or existing tenants with a way to reach you, right? While you do need to provide contact information, using your personal information can be damaging.
Think about this. When you list your personal mobile number on a website, you are giving your information to the entire world. Anyone who sees your number can use it. Many telemarketing companies scour the web to find telephone numbers they can use to try to sell you something. You may soon be inundated with calls and quickly annoyed.
But what if there was a way to use your mobile device but have a separate telephone number? With VerticalRent Hub, this can be done! By using this innovative new service, you have an option to provide a separate telephone number that will send business calls to your personal mobile device. You will easily be able to separate business from personal use, receiving text messages and voicemails that you can answer later on when you are not busy with other work or personal issues.
You can use your new Hub telephone number on rental ads, lease agreements and rent signs you post around town. When the phone begins to ring, you will then be able to tell if a phone call is related to your properties or if the call is personal. You can also set up a business voicemail greeting so that you can let business calls go to voicemail after hours or when you are busy with other activities.
These features and many others offered by VerticalRent Hub will allow your business to be successful. No longer will you have to use your personal phone for your business needs or carry around multiple devices to be able to stay in contact with tenants. Learn more about this service to see how you can benefit when investing in rental properties.
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