UPDATED 7/1/2020

Zillow is now charging for listings in 38 states.

RentRedi has added Realtor.com and Doorsteps for free in all states.

We also have our own RentRedi listings page. You can copy + paste our link onto your Facebook, Craigslist, and any other platforms you use.

Essentially, to continue publishing listings to Zillow, Trulia, and HotPads with RentRedi syndication, property managers and listing advertisers in the following state will need to establish a direct partnership with Zillow Group, by contacting rentalfeedinquiries@zillowgroup.com.

  1. Alabama
  2. Arizona
  3. Arkansas
  4. California
  5. Colorado
  6. Connecticut
  7. Delaware
  8. Florida
  9. Georgia
  10. Illinois
  11. Indiana
  12. Kansas
  13. Kentucky
  14. Louisiana
  15. Maine
  16. Maryland
  17. Massachusetts
  18. Michigan
  19. Minnesota
  20. Mississippi
  21. Missouri
  22. Nebraska
  23. Nevada
  24. New Hampshire
  25. New Jersey
  26. New York
  27. North Carolina
  28. Ohio
  29. Oregon
  30. Pennsylvania
  31. South Carolina
  32. Texas
  33. Tennessee
  34. Utah
  35. Vermont
  36. Virginia
  37. Washington D.C.
  38. Wisconsin

According to Zillow, this paid model will improve their shopping environment with more up-to-date listings for renters while simultaneously reducing fraud so renters trust the platform even more.

What’s included in the fee?

According to Zillow, your listings will be posted across Zillow, Trulia, and HotPads and qualified listings will receive a Verified Source badge to help you build trust with renters and increase exposure across the Zillow Rental Network. You will also receive priority support from a dedicated team and get customized daily reporting delivered to your inbox.

What types of listings require payment?

Active rental listings in select locations posted to the Zillow Rental Network from a feed partner (that’s RentRedi) require payment. These terms apply to all rentals ranging from single-family units to properties with up to 49 units. In other words, this includes apartments in properties with fewer than 50 units, condos, townhouses, duplexes, triplexes, single-family homes, etc.

How do I set up an account with Zillow Group to continue posting listings through RentRedi?

To continue using RentRedi’s one-click posting feature to Zillow, Trulia, and HotPads:

Email rentalfeedinquiries@zillowgroup.com with the following message:

Hi,

I am using RentRedi to list my properties and I was instructed that I need to contact you for my listings to process through RentRedi’s feed. Can you help me get an account verified and set up for payment?

Thank you

This will help you get set up for an individual account with Zillow Group before using one-click listings via RentRedi.

💡 After you have verified and set up payment with Zillow, you can go to RentRedi and list your unit!

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