Automatic Listing Syndication

Post vacant units to numerous listing partners in one click.

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Syndicate out your listings

Syndicate out your listings

Get maximum exposure

Get maximum exposure

Receive leads & applications

Receive leads & applications

Require screening

Require screening

Add a vacant rental

Add a vacant rental

Start by filling in a description of your rental, uploading pictures, and adding amenities. Then you’re ready to list your property online.

We will make sure it gets maximum exposure and views from lots of potential tenants.

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Blast out your listing

With one click of a button your listing will be sent to numerous listing platforms to give your listing the most exposure:

Set up your own marketing website

Post to listing partners

Require application fee and screening

Receive and manage leads

TenantCloud listing partners

We'll automatically syndicate your rental to the most popular listing websites to help fill your vacancies faster.

Our listing partners include Rentler, Apartments.com, Realtor.com, and more.

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We've partnered with Rentler to match available tenants to TenantCloud landlord's properties and make renting easier for everyone.

You'll save time by finding the tenants long before you even list a property!

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Your own listing website

Every TenantCloud landlord can activate their own marketing website. It's a great way to market vacancies and show off your properties to potential applicants.

Customize the website in just a few minutes from your TenantCloud profile.

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Finding new tenants is easier than you think

Pricing & Plans

Designed for DIY landlords and small portfolios.
$17 $15 .60 /m
Everything you get with Starter:
  • Rent Payments
  • Maintenance Management
  • Listings and Applications
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Designed for large portfolios.
$32 $29 .30 /m
Everything in Starter, plus:
  • Lease Builder
  • Landlord Forms
  • Property Message Board
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Designed for property managers or businesses with large portfolios.
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Everything in Pro, plus:
  • Team Management & Tools
  • Task Management
  • Listings Auto-Refresh
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a rental property listing?

Rental listing is a tool that landlords use to advertise their rental properties. A rental property listing is a brief informative article that includes a catchy headline, high-quality images, and a thorough description of the available space to attract prospective tenants.

The TenantCloud system allows users to create their own listing websites. With one click, send a rental listing to numerous listing platforms for the best exposure.

An eye-catching listing with professional photos and clear descriptions will help find tenants much quicker. A high-quality listing will draw in more prospective tenants and give you a wider pool of candidates to pick from, increasing your chances of finding a perfect tenant.

Property listings have become more sophisticated and elaborate as property management software has improved. Potential tenants can now search for listings and even take virtual tours of properties online.

Every TenantCloud landlord can activate their own marketing website. With the help of customizable tools, landlords can share details about themselves or their company’s success and add photos of their properties to the gallery.

When viewing rental listings on a website, a potential tenant can click Apply Now and directly fill out the application form. A new application notification will be sent so that the landlord can conduct a tenant screening.

What does listing syndication mean?

Listing syndication in real estate is when a property advertisement, or listing, appears on numerous listing websites at the same time. Listing syndication allows potential tenants to look for a property on whatever website or platform they prefer to increase exposure and shorten the time it takes to find tenants.

The syndication of real estate listings is critical for the internet marketing strategy. It will also have an impact on listing prospects and clients, which is a concern for property managers.

The internet is the number one search tool for real estate. Hundreds of websites assist potential tenants in locating properties to rent. Similarly, landlords consider listing when determining the value of a property. According to a recent study, 85% of users start their property searches online before contacting a real estate agent.

With TenantCloud, users can post rental listings on the free TenantCloud listing website and ILS, such as Rentler, Apartments.com, Realtor.com, and Zillow Group*.Note: Active listings posted through Zillow Rental Manager may be subject to a fee, except for your first listing, which is free.

What listing partners does TenantCloud syndicate to?

TenantCloud automatically syndicates your rental properties to various popular listing websites to help quickly fill your rental vacancies. Our listing partners include Rentler, Apartments.com, Zillow, and more.

To list your property on marketing websites, first ensure that your account has been verified; otherwise, you will be unable to proceed.

Why do you need a TenantCloud listing website?

If you own rental property, you need to have a well-established, professional online presence from which to interact with prospective tenants and conduct business. It's essential if you're a landlord and you want to meet the challenges of the current era with confidence and competence.

With TenantCloud's listing website you can show off your properties, attract, and interact with high-quality tenants. Using a professional listing website, you can expand your online visibility and interact with prospective and current tenants.

  • Make a Positive First Impression
    Customers in the dynamic CRE industry expect your property to have a solid online presence. A well-designed, interactive property website that is consistent with your corporate branding and establishes trust and confidence while maintaining consistency across your portfolio is essential for making a positive first impression on valuable prospects.
  • Generate Quality Leads.
    A recent survey found that 62% of property managers spend at least an hour per day on marketing and advertising. That's a lot of time spent looking for leads. Property managers can use a listing website to develop marketing strategies and generate quality leads. You can view all prospective tenants and Premium Leads using the TenantCloud Leads Tracking Tool. When potential tenants contact you with questions and tour requests through your listing website, submit rental applications, or manually enter leads, they will all appear in your CRM tool. A listing website will free up your valuable time, allowing you to close more deals and increase profit.
  • Keep Property Information Up to Date.
    Sorting through old, out-of-date property information on commercial listing websites and social media platforms for prospects searching the internet for available listings is one of the most time-consuming processes when posting a listing.
    It's possible that such listings don't accurately depict the asset as it currently stands or provide up-to-date contact information. By having a dedicated website for your listings, you can always keep your property details up to date and have complete control over what is posted online. In just a few minutes, you can change your property's details, terms and conditions, price, and contact information. You are also ensuring that applicants are not diverted from competitors.
  • 4. Increase Credibility and Brand Awareness.
    A personal listing website serves as a framework for all relevant assets you've created for your properties. Put valuable content to use by showing potential applicants everything they need from anywhere and on any device.

What information is recommended to include on your website?

When a tenant searches for an apartment to rent, landlords should consider these three factors for their listings: a compelling headline, a succinct description, and professional photos. It is crucial to list your property with these high-quality elements, as they make your listing competitive and draw attention.

A rental property listing should include some essential points of information to help attract high-quality tenants:

  • Basics about the property, like address, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, square footage, and monthly rent.
  • A short description of the property, highlighting any unique features or amenities.
  • Describe the neighborhood or community, including information about local schools, public transportation, and nearby shopping and dining options.
  • Spell out any requirements or guidelines for tenants, such as pet policies, tenant screening, credit report procedures, income level, and minimum lease terms.

Focus on a few key features that will attract potential renters and make their properties appear their best. Here are some suggestions for how to make your listing look even more appealing:

  • Highlight the most valuable aspects of your assets and emphasize the main aspects of each opportunity in your photographs and descriptions.
  • Give potential applicants virtual tours of the property so they can have an immersive online experience before scheduling an in-person tour.
  • Provide up-to-date details on current availability and property plans.
  • Display accolades and certifications that help people instantly recognize your building, strengthen your brand, and set your property apart.
  • Highlight surrounding amenities and other points of interest, such as local coffee shops and corporate neighbors.

Can a landlord require application fees and tenant screening from a tenant?

When looking for the ideal candidate for your rental property, you should look for someone who will pay rent on time and take care of the property during the tenancy. You should consider charging an application fee as an indicator of serious intentions to narrow the list of prospective tenants and focus on leads who are truly interested in occupying your rental.

What are the potential costs of not charging an application fee?

  • Loss of a month or more in rent.
  • Lower rent over the next 12 months.
  • Dealing with a bad renter.

Based on the average rent and make-ready expense in the U.S. this can cost you as much as $1,735 but establishing a process that only considers committed and interested tenants can save you time and money.

With TenantCloud you can set up and receive an application fee that will cover all the costs associated with tenant screening.

You can easily require potential tenants to submit a screening report with their rental application online, while listing a unit to the marketing website, or editing an already existing listing.

A rental application is required for an applicant to be able to order a screening report. If the applicant is unable to apply online, you can manually add the rental application and then request a screening report after it has been created. You may be limited in how much you can charge for an application, so make sure you follow your state and local laws. RentPrep reports that the average rental application fee is $30 per applicant.

Here you can get more information about application fees.

You are welcome to select one of the following screening reports: a Background Check, a Full Check, or a Credit Check.

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