Rental Beast is Integrating With Facebook to Bring Home Rentals Listings to Marketplace

Rental Beast is Integrating With Facebook to Bring Home Rentals Listings to Marketplace

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Rental Beast, the only full end-to-end SaaS platform in the real estate market with a comprehensive listing database of over six million rentals nationwide, announced today it is integrating with Facebook Marketplace to offer home rentals listings.

Rental Beast has access to over 70 percent of the total rental inventory in many key rental markets in the United States and offers hyper-local area experts and licensed real estate agents to help guide people through their rental journey. Rental Beast also offers a fully integrated leasing platform for brokers, agents, and landlords.

Rental Beast’s integration with Marketplace gives renters more options to find the right housing. Renters can view available Rental Beast listings on Marketplace, and inquire about them by clicking the “contact” button on the listing. Whether they want to know if the rental accepts pets, has parking, or is near any popular restaurants, they can connect to a licensed and trained real estate agent who can help them.

Rental Beast listings offer detailed information and are updated using proprietary technology and hyper-local experts to ensure the most current information is available to renters and real estate agents.

“We believe our comprehensive database and white glove service through some of the best brokers and agents in the industry, integrated with Facebook Marketplace, will be a game changer for renters. We are pleased to be a listing partner and excited to help people find their next home,” said Ishay Grinberg, Founder and President of Rental Beast.

For more information about Rental Beast, visit www.rentalbeast.com.

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