New York, NY, May 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- On the heels of an early spring with an escalating demand for vacant New York City rentals comes a new rental listing and searching service devoted exclusively to rentals in the five boroughs. Launched less than a month ago by seasoned New York property managers, NYvacancies.com succeeds where many apartment classified websites fail; it provides targeted, registration-free listings, with organized levels of detail for each rental.
New Yorkers are accustomed to apartment hunting in the jungle that is New York City real estate, but have become worn down by many online listing services with fees, mandatory registration, and unorganized directories of ads. NYvacancies.com is committed to providing an easier, less agonizing solution for people looking to find rentals in the City, with photos, maps, floor plans, and full contact details to facilitate the process. NYvacancies.com offers unlimited, free searching capabilities within categories such as neighborhood, size, rent, amenity, or feature. With a narrower search grid, NYvacancies.com is able to cater its services directly to City apartment hunters and real estate professionals.
As an affordable and efficient solution for filling rentals, NYvacancies.com offers several diverse packages to draw in potential apartment advertisers. “We wanted to create something that would entice renters and real estate owners or managers alike. The easier we make it for people to post their rentals, the better our site will be,” says NYvacancies.com’s founder. It is because of this experience-driven philosophy that NYvacancies.com is able to provide a New York rental searching experience that is unparalleled on the web.
With a competitive edge over some of the more tried and true websites who have recently changed their posting policies and rates, NYvacancies.com’s searching and posting tools allow visitors to find anything from a pet-friendly loft in Tribeca to a Flushing three-bedroom with a garage. NYvacancies.com provides listings for apartments, condos, lofts, duplexes, and studios for all neighborhoods in the City’s five boroughs, making it easier for users to find exactly what they want. Perhaps fatigued New York apartment hunters can finally get a break.
For additional information about NYvacancies.com, please contact NYvacancies.com’s Marketing Coordinator, Jane Smithson at firstname.lastname@example.org.