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Rental Listing Source Zumper in Facebook Partnership

Phil Hall
Nov 09, 2017
Building Awareness On Facebook For Less Than $2 A Day

Zumper, a San Francisco-based marketplace for rental housing, has announced that it is bringing its home rental listings to Facebook Marketplace.
 
According to the company, landlords will now be able to automatically syndicate listings to Facebook by posting to Zumper Pro, while renters can use Facebook to scan Zumper’s national listing of available properties.
 
"Zumper has spent the past five years building the most comprehensive rental marketplace in the U.S., and Facebook has long been home to families and friends sharing news, photos and memories,” said Anthemos Georgiades, CEO and Co-Founder of Zumper. “So, it's only natural that Facebook, in collaboration with Zumper, will now also help people find their physical homes through Facebook Marketplace.” 

 
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