Realtor.com

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Does anyone know where realtor.com pulls it's rental properties from? I'm trying to get more exposure for my properties but I can't figure out how to get them on this website. There doesn't seem to be a direct advertising option on their site.

Any feedback is appreciated.

Realtor.com is a website created by the National Association of Realtors. They site is not created to make money. It is created for the benefit of advertising Realtors properties. They have no interest in advertising a non Realtor property, but they do list all MLS whether listed by a Realtor or a just an agent.

I know in California our local mls had something called listbroker that would post to all those other sites that you mentioned  and i believe it was free

Hi @Wendy Legeros @Account Closed

Greg from Move Inc here...operator of realtor.com, move.com and doorsteps.com. Thanks for your question. I run content acquisition and partnerships in the rentals category and want to make sure you get the right answer to your question. 

On FOR SALE property, we only publish listings from MLS' and from a few select new home builders.

However, on FOR RENT experiences we publish listings from a variety of sources. We show listings from the MLS, from property managers via their property management software platform of choice (Yardi, Appfolio, etc) and from independent landlords through a variety of mediums (Rentlinx, etc).

Our newest integration for independent landlords is with Cozy.co. Launching within a few days, if you manage your rental properties in Cozy's free property management software, we will publish the listings for free when there is a vacancy on move.com, realtor.com and our new rentals website doorsteps.com.

Please let me know if you have any follow up questions. Thanks!

Originally posted by @Greg Fischer :

Hi @Wendy Legeros @Account Closed

Greg from Move Inc here...operator of realtor.com, move.com and doorsteps.com. Thanks for your question. I run content acquisition and partnerships in the rentals category and want to make sure you get the right answer to your question. 

On FOR SALE property, we only publish listings from MLS' and from a few select new home builders.

However, on FOR RENT experiences we publish listings from a variety of sources. We show listings from the MLS, from property managers via their property management software platform of choice (Yardi, Appfolio, etc) and from independent landlords through a variety of mediums (Rentlinx, etc).

Our newest integration for independent landlords is with Cozy.co. Launching within a few days, if you manage your rental properties in Cozy's free property management software, we will publish the listings for free when there is a vacancy on move.com, realtor.com and our new rentals website doorsteps.com.

Please let me know if you have any follow up questions. Thanks!

 Thanks @greg Fischer, good to know!