That Property Place! is an online property marketing portal for private individuals, private landlords, estate agents and other property professionals.
Advertise property for sale, to rent and rooms to let. Our property listing advertisements cost £10 and there are no hidden fees, no long term contract, no nasty surprises.
Unlike many sites there is no charge for potential buyers or tenants to get in touch with advertisers. Even better, there is no need for anyone to set up an account – it really couldn’t be fairer or more simple!
The vast majority of property advertising websites are only for property professionals. At That Property Place! Anyone from lettings and estate agents and private landlords to private home vendors are free to advertise with us.
Use our property listing page to put together your advertisement with the help of our handy user guide. You can also select any optional upgrades you would like during checkout and pay for your advertisement using Paypal.
In order to enhance your property advertisement we also offer a range of optional upgrade services includes:
- Professional Photography and Floor Plans
- Professional Description Writing Service
- Printable PDF Property Brochure
We are continually working on adding more services and upgrade packages in our drive to present our clients and visitors with the best possible property marketing experience.
In one of the most competitive markets around, getting your property in front of the right people is key to achieving the perfect sale or rental. So as well as this website we push your property out on social media and to our large contact list of interested buyers and tenants.
All in all, we believe that That Property Place! provides private sellers, private landlords, estate agents and property developers with amongst the most cost-effective property marketing around. So whether you are selling a property, managing a portfolio of lettings or simply want to rent out your spare room, why not place an advertisement with us and see what we can do for you?