Items Tagged with 'Apartments.com'

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  • Here’s what renters are really looking for in their next apartment

    Search trends reveal the things renters really care about
    Surely one of the top questions for any landlord or property developer is what do renters really want in their next apartment? What matters to them? What do they care about? For the most part, answering that question is probably a guessing game. Well, maybe not anymore. Newly released data from RENTCafé and Yardi Matrix provides insight into what renters truly want, based on the one place they can’t really lie about – their search history.
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  • CoStar buying Cozy to turbocharge Apartments.com

    Integration will allow rental payments through Apartments.com site
    Apartments.com is already one of the top consumer websites for multifamily real estate, but the website’s parent company is not comfortable resting on its laurels. CoStar Group, which owns Apartments.com along with several other prominent online rental platforms, announced recently that it is buying Cozy Services for $68 million and plans to integrate the company’s online rental solutions into its websites.
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  • Realtor.com ends relationship with Apartment List, will use Apartments.com for rental listings

    Two titans of home and rental listings reunite to share content
    Realtor.com is terminating its content partnership with Apartment List, ending the relationship between the two companies after only six months. Apartment List's listings began appearing on Realtor.com in January, but now, those listings will soon disappear. Instead, Realtor.com is partnering with Apartments.com to provide its apartment community listings.
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  • Zillow rings in the new year with record traffic

    Aren't things supposed to be slow in December? Not if you want to buy a house, apparently. Or at least thinking about it... Zillow's abundant web pages of homes for sale clearly showed that home prices were on the naughty list last year. But getting the word out apparently landed Zillow on the "nice" list somewhere.
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