Love to Rent offers build to rent organisations six months free marketing

  • 26th Mar 20
Love to Rent offers build to rent organisations six months free marketing

 Love to Rent, the first and only platform in the UK specifically developed to showcase build to rent developments and homes is giving BTR developers six months free to list properties on the portal in a bid to support the property market in the coming months.

Anne-Marie Brown, founder and CEO of Love to Rent explains,

“Our hearts and thoughts go out to all those who have been affected by COVID-19, whether personally or professionally. With an uncertain few months ahead, we want to support clients and partners by offering free listings for six months to allow them to build and create a position of strength for when we are able to return to a more settled time.”

 Love to Rent is the only aggregator website for build to rent homes and unlike traditional portals, it showcases the overall development first before drilling down into individual homes.  The site also highlights the security, benefits and lifestyle that these quality homes can offer.

Developed with globally trusted, award-winning CRM software powering the data collection and workflows for both B2B and B2C integrations, the Love to Rent platform collects real-time granular data that is able to inform future developments, ensuring the best form of housing is developed in the correct locations with services that customers want.

 The Love to Rent platform ( features Build to Rent developments from across England and Scotland.

To take advantage of this please contact


About Love to Rent

Love to Rent was founded by entrepreneur Anne-Marie Brown with the ambition to show renters that there is a high-quality option in the rental market. Love to Rent is the only search platform in the UK that exclusively showcases Build to Rent developments. The platform promotes the whole development, not just individual homes.

In December 2019 Love to Rent, along with industry figures, called for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to appoint a Minister for Renting to oversee and raise standards for millions of people currently in rental accommodation and also to play a part in the growing build to rent market which has the ability to improve the lives of millions in the future.


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