Advertise New York Real Estate Listings for Free on PropertyNest

Listing your rental and sales for absolutely free on PropertyNest. Finding qualified leads has never been easier for real estate professionals, landlords, property managers, and people just looking to sublet their apartment or looking to fill room. PropertyNest's algorithm helps users find out if th

New York City real estate agents, property owners, and landlords can now advertise available apartments and houses on the PropertyNest listing site for free.

Launched earlier this year, PropertyNest is a one-stop-shop for real estate needs in New York City. The site features both rentals and sales properties in the city’s five boroughs.

Who Can Advertise on PropertyNest?

PropertyNest not only provides opportunities for real estate brokers, agents, landlords, and property managers but also gives the average joe a way of finding sublessees and roommates.

New Yorkers can find roommates for their apartment or tenants for their sublet simply by signing up with PropertyNest and advertising straight away.

Users can even share their interests, jobs, and pet information with room-seekers.

How Can PropertyNest Give You Better Leads?

PropertyNest site simplifies the home buying and apartment rental process by including financial requirements in the listings.

Unique to the site is a proprietary algorithm that matches listings for available apartments and houses with nest seekers based on financial qualifiers, such as credit score, income, and savings, as well as the features they most want.

This proprietary algorithm calculates a user's likelihood of getting approved for a rental.

PropertyNest then gives posters opportunities and access to see if their leads are qualified.

“Introducing a free listing plan for real estate agents, management companies, landlords and apartment holders is part of our mission to help New Yorkers find their dream home, and property owners, their dream renters or buyers,“ says Ruth Shin, Founder, and CEO of PropertyNest.


How Does Listing on PropertyNest Work?

Listings can be posted for free for a duration of 30 days, with the option to extend the listing time, if the property is still available.

Real estate agents and management companies can use automatic syndication through a listing feed or their brokerage’s own system to post multiple properties.

For users who wish to highlight their listing and make it more visible to prospective renters or buyers, PropertyNest offers a featured listing option that can be utilized via purchased points.

Ads can be featured by week(s) or month and this gives listers more prominent positioning on the homepage and throughout the site.

How is PropertyNest Different from Other Real Estate Sites?

In addition to the listings, PropertyNest provides neighborhood guides and statistics on the New York City real estate market, including average rental and home buying prices by local neighborhoods.

One of PropertyNest's paramount goals is to help those struggling with credit to not only understand their credit but help them build and improve on it.

The belief is that by helping each New Yorker build excellent credit will allow consumers to open new doors and opportunities.

Users can find a plethora of resources and articles on helping them improve their credit while also providing solutions and alternatives for those who don't have any or have poor credit.

This, in turn, helps real estate professionals because PropertyNest starts the conversation with potential leads and eliminates time spent on educating clients on what is required.

Homebuyers also have a wealth of knowledge at their fingertips available on PropertyNest, where they can discover everything about buying and selling in the New York City real estate market.

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Ruth Shin
About the author

Ruth Shin is the Founder and CEO of PropertyNest. She shares in-depth insights on real estate, personal finance, and home improvement drawing from her experience as a licensed real estate agent, editing personal finance publications, and managing many home renovation projects. Ruth graduated with a BA from Hunter College in Writing, History, and Special Honors.