List of Best Rental Websites for Apartments!

List of Best Rental Websites for Apartments!
  1. Oodle – Similar to Craigslist, Oodle offers a whole array of classified listings including rentals. You can also publish listings directly to your Facebook and Twitter pages.
  2. Rentals.com – This site focuses on single-family rentals, such as single family homes, condominiums, and townhouses.
  3. Rentdigs.com – A free listing service allowing you to post multiple pictures and receive stats on how often your ad is being viewed. It automatically pushes your listing out to Oodle, Trovit, and RentJungle as well.
  4. Rent.com – This site targets first-time renters, especially millennials, so it’s ideal if you live in a college area or town with a young population.
  5. Rent Jungle – There are different pricing options for your featured listing, but you only pay when you see results. They provide a user-friendly dashboard so you can edit listings and track leads.
  6. Nextdoor.com – A social networking site that connects you with your neighbors, Nextdoor is rolling out a local real estate section currently available in select markets.
  7. Byowner.com – You can include up to 30 photos, create printable brochures and receive unlimited tenant leads.
  8. Realrentals.com – Listings are seen by thousands of visitors and are syndicated to sites like Apartments.com, Oodle, Rent Jungle and Trovit.
  9. Rentalads.com – They are part of a network of rental property websites, so your listing will receive exposure to over 7 million people.
  10. Sublet.com – If you have a furnished rental that you need to fill on a short-term basis or want to help your tenant find a subletter, you can list it here for free.
  11. Saletraderent.com – A team that specializes in global marketing can get a wider reach for your rental listing.
  12. Airbnb – This site focuses on short-term rentals, which you may consider as an option if you need to fill a vacancy while searching for a long-term renter.
  13. Walk Score – Walkability is listed among the top features important to both millennials and baby boomers, and over 30,000 sites use Walk Score services. They are now part of Redfin.
  14. Apartment Guide – Geared specifically toward apartments, although you can list single-family homes here. You can renew on this site with just one click, so you don’t have to re-enter your information even if your ad has expired.
  15. Apartments.com – With 13 million unique visitors and exposure on Apartment Finder and Apartment Home Living, the chances are good you’ll receive a response to your listing.

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