Good resources for finding rental homes include Apartments.com, ForRent.com, RentJungle.com, HotPads.com and PadMapper.com, according to The Huffington Post. Resources that work best for finding rental homes depend upon the needs of the renter, such as a pet-friendly home or a home near a certain location. For those looking for a pet-friendly rental, PeopleWithPets.com provides listings of rental properties and hotels to make moving with pets easier.Continue Reading
Apartments.com provides a quick search engine for rental homes, notes The Huffington Post. Users only need to enter their desired rental maximum to find a list of available properties. ForRent.com provides a similar search engine, but this website also allows users to select criteria for living on or off campus. PadMapper.com allows users to employ an interactive map that narrows down search results to a specific, desired location.
Other resources for finding rental homes are geared to a specific location, such as New York City, states Brick Underground. These resources often allow potential renters to avoid a 12- to 15-percent broker fee by doing the work themselves. NakedApartments.com, NYBits.com and ListingsProject.com are recommended resources that allow users to filter out rentals with an associated fee, look for rentals with lower fees and find landlords with similar interests. For example, ListingsProject.com does not allow brokers, so properties on this site, which include apartments and sublets, have no brokerage fees.Learn more about Finding a Home