In a joint press release, the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATON OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.) and Rental Beast announced they are partnering up to launch a California statewide rental search site. The plan is for the state to sponsor the program that invites REALTORS®, brokers, and their MLSs to collaborate on delivering the most comprehensive rental search serving consumers across the state, and America.
Today, Rental Beast announced their partnership with Southwest MLS - located in the Central New Mexico region. They have joined in releasing a new service to help consumers find rentals more effectively. The partnership will help Southwest MLS brokers be trusted advisors for their clients when finding rentals.
In a press release today, Zillow has launched Renter Hub. They claim that renters can save thousands using Zillow’s new search tool to better time their move. This is great for property owners and renters too, as it reduces the vacancy days between renters.
This is great news for realtors and great news for Rental Beast. With the support of NAR, Rental Beast is likely to continue their expansion in serving more realtors and their clients.
REBS and Rental Beast Announced a Partnership to Provide “Lead-to-Lease” software tools to C.A.R. Members
The California Association of REALTORS® has partnered with Rental Beast to make rental technology tools and solutions available to California agents, brokerages, Associations, and MLSs with single sign-on (SSO) integration.
In their Q4 earnings reports, Zillow laid out an impressive and visionary strategy that makes total sense for consumers and creates an enormous challenge to real estate brokers who are not taking the full cycle of homeownership seriously. Zillow calls this strategy the “housing super app.” To me, it looks like an exact copy of the strategy being deployed by Milestones.ai.
The National Association of Realtors' Second Century Ventures counts among its 10 companies for the 2022 REACH Canada program Rental Beast, the technology company that built rental tools and data for real estate agents with the vision that the hot rental market of today was inevitable.
Effective January 2021, Zillow will end the free syndication of rental listings from your MLS.
The early adopter train has left the station for most multiple listing services and REALTOR® Associations (not all) on rentals. But it’s not too late to make a place for this growing aspect of the housing industry.