Expands Rental Advertising Services

Share Article a Dallas-based apartment Internet Listing Service for apartments and rentals expands its services to include short-term advertising packages. One month and three month Standard Listings are targeted at properties with occasional vacancies and other rental units such as condos and houses.

The new ad formats will allow properties with only the occasional vacancy to easily purchase a one month or three month advertisement online using a credit card. The costs of the new advertising packages are in keeping with the tradition of’s industry low pricing. One month ads are only $25 and three month ads are only $65.

The new Standard Listings includes many of the features of the $20 per month Premium Listings such as photos, floor plan images, descriptions, specials, amenities and priority rankings in the search results. The popular Premium Listings, for properties with an ongoing need for advertising includes multiple communities per account, extensive traffic reporting tools and access to the innovative Leads On Demand tool which allows advertisers to make auction-style bids for higher position in the search results.

Christopher Spence, CEO of said that, “we decided to introduce the new packages in order to offer affordable advertising to properties who do not need ongoing advertising service. This is ideal for small communities and owners of rental condos or rental houses. In addition, the prices are consistent with's beleif in affordable advertising, which means a great deal to our customers.”

More information about and their advertising services can be found at and click on “List Your Property” at the top of the page.

About, based in Dallas, Texas, is committed to providing effective and efficient advertising for the apartment industry. Created by apartment industry veterans, is the nation’s number one choice in online performance marketing. is a product INC Media, a company focused on internet classifieds advertising.

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