Frequently Asked Questions

Brawsy Membership Renting and Selling Property

  • is an online platform designed to facilitate the renting and selling of properties through membership-based access. Users can become members, list their properties for rent or sale, and search for available properties to rent or buy.
  • To become a member of, simply sign up for an account on our website. Choose a membership plan that suits your needs and follow the prompts to complete the registration process.
  • As a member of, you gain access to a range of exclusive features and benefits, including advanced search filters, priority placement in search results, personalized property recommendations, and dedicated customer support.
  • Once you’re logged into your account, you can easily list a property for rent or sale by filling out a listing form with details about the property, uploading photos and videos, and setting the rental or sale price. Our user-friendly interface makes the process quick and straightforward.
  • Basic property search features are available to non-members, but full access to property listings and advanced search filters is reserved for members. To unlock all features and maximize your search options, we recommend signing up for a membership.
  • Yes, we take the security and privacy of our users’ personal information seriously. employs industry-standard security measures to protect your data and follows strict privacy policies to ensure your information is handled safely and responsibly.
  • Yes, you have the flexibility to upgrade or downgrade your membership plan on based on your changing needs or preferences. You can manage your membership settings easily through your account dashboard.
  • If you decide to cancel your membership, you can do so at any time by following the cancellation process outlined on our website. Depending on the terms of your membership agreement, you may be eligible for a refund for any unused portion of your subscription.
  • If you have any questions, concerns, or need assistance while using, our dedicated customer support team is here to help. You can reach out to us via email, phone, or through our online contact form.
  • In addition to the membership subscription fee, there may be optional upgrades or premium services available for an additional cost. These could include featured listings, advertising placements, or other promotional opportunities to enhance your property listings.

These FAQs provide general information about membership renting and selling property on For specific details about our platform’s features, services, and terms of use, please refer to our website or contact our customer support team for assistance.

Question about selling Property

  • The process typically involves several steps: preparing your property for sale, setting an asking price, marketing the property, negotiating offers, accepting an offer, completing necessary paperwork, and closing the sale.
  • Property valuation is influenced by factors such as location, size, condition, amenities, recent sales of comparable properties, and market trends. You can consult with real estate agents or appraisers to get an accurate estimate.
  • While it’s possible to sell a property without an agent (known as “For Sale By Owner” or FSBO), working with a real estate agent can streamline the process, provide expertise, and potentially help you achieve a higher sale price.
  • Costs may include agent commissions, closing costs, repairs or renovations to prepare the property for sale, marketing expenses, and any outstanding mortgage or liens on the property. It’s important to factor in these costs when determining your net proceeds from the sale.
  • The time it takes to sell a property can vary based on factors such as location, market conditions, property type, and price. On average, it may take anywhere from a few weeks to several months to secure a buyer and close the sale.
  • Common documents include a sales contract, property deed, title report, disclosure forms, inspection reports, and any relevant legal paperwork. Your real estate agent or attorney can help ensure you have all the necessary documents in order.
  • Yes, you can sell a property with an existing mortgage. The proceeds from the sale will first go towards paying off any outstanding mortgage balance, and you’ll receive the remaining amount as your net proceeds.
  • While it’s not always necessary, making necessary repairs or cosmetic upgrades can enhance the appeal of your property and potentially increase its value. Your real estate agent can advise you on which improvements are most cost-effective.
  • Effective marketing strategies may include listing your property on multiple real estate websites, hosting open houses, utilizing professional photography and staging, distributing flyers or brochures, and leveraging social media and word-of-mouth referrals.
  • At the closing, all necessary paperwork is signed, funds are transferred, and ownership of the property is officially transferred from the seller to the buyer. Closing procedures may vary depending on local laws and customs.


These FAQs provide general information and guidance about selling property. For specific advice tailored to your situation, it’s recommended to consult with a qualified real estate professional or attorney.

Question about renting property

  • Renting a property typically involves several steps: searching for available rental listings, viewing properties, submitting a rental application, undergoing tenant screening, signing a lease agreement, paying security deposits and rent, and moving in.
  • You can search for rental properties through various channels, including real estate websites, rental listing platforms, social media, local newspapers, and working with real estate agents or property management companies.
  • Important factors to consider include location, rental price, size and layout, amenities, proximity to schools or workplaces, neighborhood safety, lease terms, and pet policies. Evaluate your priorities and preferences to find a property that meets your needs.
  • A security deposit is a sum of money paid by the tenant to the landlord to cover any damages beyond normal wear and tear or unpaid rent. The amount of the security deposit is typically equivalent to one or two months’ rent, but it can vary depending on local regulations and landlord policies.
  • A lease agreement is a legally binding contract between the landlord and tenant that outlines the terms and conditions of the rental arrangement. It should include details such as the duration of the lease, rental amount, payment schedule, security deposit amount, utilities responsibility, maintenance procedures, and rules regarding pets, subleasing, and termination.
  • Tenant screening is a process used by landlords to evaluate potential tenants’ suitability and reliability. It typically involves conducting background checks, verifying income and employment, checking rental history, and assessing creditworthiness. Landlords may also require references from previous landlords or employers.
  • Some landlords allow pets in their rental properties, while others have restrictions or prohibit pets altogether. If pets are permitted, landlords may impose additional fees, such as pet deposits or monthly pet rent, and may have specific rules regarding pet size, breed, and behavior.
  • As a tenant, you have the right to a safe and habitable living environment, privacy, and adherence to the terms of the lease agreement. Your responsibilities may include paying rent on time, maintaining the property in good condition, respecting the rights of neighbors, and complying with lease terms and local regulations.
  • Tenants should promptly notify the landlord or property manager of any maintenance or repair issues that arise during their tenancy. Landlords are typically responsible for addressing and resolving maintenance issues in a timely manner, as outlined in the lease agreement and local housing laws.
  • At the end of the lease term, tenants typically have the option to renew the lease, negotiate new lease terms, or vacate the property. If the tenant decides not to renew the lease, they are usually required to provide notice to the landlord and arrange for the return of the security deposit.


These FAQs provide general information and guidance about renting property. For specific advice tailored to your situation, it’s recommended to consult with a qualified real estate professional or attorney.

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