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Apartment to rent to Polish people in Manchester - ideas where to advertise


diane 1 | 1
1 Jul 2009 #1
Hello everybody, I have a lovely 2 double bedroomed apartment to rent in the popular St James Park Eccles new Rd Manchester. I wanted to target the Polish community as there are several families already living there and they seem to have made a lovely community. I also get very good feedback about them being good tenants. Can anybody suggest places to advertise to target this group.

Many thanks
Diane
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893
1 Jul 2009 #2
Just make a card up and stick in a Polish shop, there must be one somewhere in Eccles...if you ask nice enough some kind person on the forum might translate it into Polish for you.
tapirek - | 1
1 Jul 2009 #3
Place the ad on gumtree.com It's very common website if you want to find a flat for rent. And it's for free :)

And thanx for such a good word about Polish people.
Regards :)
terri 1 | 1,665
2 Jul 2009 #4
gumtree is best - a lot of people read that.
OP diane 1 | 1
11 Jan 2011 #5
Merged thread:
Please Help - Manchester Polish Tenants Wanted - Apart to Let immediately

Hello everybody,

Any help or ideas will be very welcome.
I am a retired business person who wishes to rent out a 2 double bedded apartment in the M5 area just outside the Manchester city centre - The community has it's own website and forum but I am not allowed to post the link on here. I will email it directly to anybody who is interested.

I would like to attract Polish tenants because of their reliable reputation. I have had continuous problems with British tenants for the last 4 years and I am determined to attract somebody who has more respect.

It is a beautiful 2 double bedroomed apartment on a gated community with allocated parking. The metro link and motorway access are directly outside the property. The community is very peaceful and enjoys beautifully maintained gardens. I think the apartment would suit a couple or even shared friends.

I manage the lettings personally so I can offer the apartment at a lower rental cost. Equally I don't charge extortionate administration fees or ask for huge deposits. I only have this one property and am retired so can ensure tenants will enjoy a good landlord - tenant relationship. I am more than happy to discuss a longterm & renewable rental agreement which offers the tenants a more secure future.

Please help in any small way, the property is empty and any potential tenants could move in as soon as possible.
Many many many thanks Diane
internaldialog 4 | 145
12 Jan 2011 #6
have you tried posting on the Gumtree Manchester site or even posting up adverts in the polish shops dotted over Manchester :) Might be something to look into.


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