How to: Relist a Property

How do I relist my rental on liv.rent?

So your tenants have given you notice and you need to relist your property on liv.rent?

Thankfully, your property details are saved in app so relisting and pushing out your property to liv.rent users again is as easy as 1, 2, 3!

1. Update Availability

In the landlord dashboard, follow these steps:

  1. Select Tenants
  2. Select the Listing to be re-listed
  3. Click on Resources
  4. Click on Relist this Unit
  5. Modify the start date of property availability

2. Revise other information

At this point, you have a chance to revise any of the property information stored in the app and to be made public to liv.rent users. You can modify any of the following:

  • Rental rate
  • Pet friendliness of property
  • Maximum number of occupants permitted
  • Unfurnished/furnished status
  • Lease type
How do I relist my rental on liv.rent?

3. Publish/Relist your Property

Once the new move-in date is set and listing details are confirmed, simply hit Publish.

If there is an active contract in place, the app will pop up with a warning message stating:

ACTIVE TENANCY: You may still proceed to relist your unit. However, you must end the current tenancy before sending a new contract.

Close it and your property will be listed.

NOTE: In order to use the relist feature, landlords need to have contracts (active or not) associated with that specific listing. Otherwise, they will not be able to access the Resources Menu, where the Re-list this Unit option is.

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Kristina Ikavalko

Kristina Ikavalko

Creative Content Creator for Liv, based in Vancouver. Fan of field hockey, food, fashion & politics.

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