You can post no-fee rental listings directly on our site, free of charge, if:
Ready to post? Proceed to the account log-in page.
Are you an owner or manager of a New York City rental building? Do you allow people to apply for your apartments directly, without using brokers? Are your apartments no-fee? We would be happy to list your building and integrate your apartment availability feed - free of charge!
You'll be reaching a sizable audience of NYC apartment seekers (see our site's demographics). Given our traffic volume - about 75,000 unique monthly visitors and well over a million page views monthly (source: Quantcast), you are practically guaranteed to see an immediate increase in interest for your listings from qualified potential tenants.
There are basically two ways to post: one - if you only have a few listings and don't mind posting/updating them by hand - we can link your user account (created in just a few seconds) to your business capsule and you are ready to post; and two - if there are too many for manual posting, we can import your rental feed from any reasonable format - your web site, an Excel spreadsheet distributed weekly, or a full-fledged XML feed if you already have it implemented.The first option is easier to set up, but gets tedious for larger property portfolios. The second requires our programmers to look at the way your listings are distributed/formatted and can be typically implemented in 2-3 days.
Feel free to contact us: email@example.com and one of our team members will help you get set up.
If you're a broker of no-fee properties for rent (whether they are in rental, condo or co-op buildings), we would love integrate your listings or create a direct posting account for you. This service is free. However, please do not use the condo/building owner posting form. Instead, please contact us and let us know who you are and what you'd like to post.
There are a few of restrictions on broker-posted listings: one is that we only accept OP (no-fee to the tenant) listings. The other one is that we can't accept duplicate listings. And the third one (which admittedly doesn't work for some brokers) is that we do require the listing address.
Currently, we do NOT accept any sublet or lease takeover ads from tenants, even if the landlord is aware of your posting here.