@Mark Fries how is this different then just using Zillow (does it also pull from the MLS) to list rentals? My PMs put my property on the MLS and from what I understand about that world, other web sites pull in this information from the MLS.
Zillow bought a company called postlets that would syndicate your listing to trulia, hotpads, zillow and more. The response is fantastic. The only one it doesn't reach is craigslist. Given that most renters don't use an agent to rent a place, Zillow Rental Manager is typically sufficient.
We use Zillow as well as Apartments.com. Apartments.com also owns a few other rental sites and one big site purchase pending SEC approval. Between these 2, you should fill your vacancies fairly quick.
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