Renter Want Ads
Find a renter in your city by searching the
renter want ads. Renter want ads are brief ads posted by
tenants/renters who are looking for rental properties in a
particular city and state. The tenant specifies their
range, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, along with acceptable rental property types
(such as apartment rentals, houses for rent, etc).
If you are a landlord or property manager with an
available rental (includes apartments, cabins, condos, duplexes,
triplexes, quadplexes, houses, lake houses, lofts, rooms or
townhouses for rent), use this page to search for a renter to fill
your property's vacancy.
If you are a landlord or property manager and are actively
renters, bookmark this page. This is a great resource for
finding renters who are seeking rentals. Simply fill out the form
above with the information that matches your rental property and
only those renters with matching criteria will be displayed.
Save time and money by telling active renters who are looking for
what you have to offer about your property.
Every month that goes by with your rental vacant
costs you money. Not only do you lose potential rental income,
but you also lose money by having to pay for utilities, landscaping
and other expenses that are typically paid for either by the tenant
or out of your monthly rental income.
time to start looking for a renter is approximately 2-3 months
before your current tenant's
agreement expires. If you have a tenant, try to
communicate to them as their contract approaches this deadline to
determine if they are wanting to stay or leave. If they do not plan
on signing a new lease agreement, begin your search for a new
tenant. Don't wait until your property is vacant to begin
advertising or seeking new renters. Waiting will only cost you
money. If placing an ad, be sure to mention when your apartment,
condo, house or townhome will be available for occupancy.
If your current tenant plans on looking for
another rental, try to find out why they are leaving. It is
typically cheaper to keep a good tenant in your rental than spend
money on advertising for new renters. If you have someone in your
rental that you like, do your best to keep them there, even if it
means slightly lowering your rent.