All Property Management Forms Strategic Alliance with Leading Online Housing Resources

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All Property Management, a property management network company, announced it has established exclusive listing agreements with Condo.com and Rentlist.com to expand their online search services connecting property owners with property managers.

Seattle—All Property Management, a property management network company, announced it has established exclusive listing agreements with Condo.com and Rentlist.com to expand their online search services connecting property owners with property managers. These new alliances support the rapidly growing rental market and provide investors and property owners with extended access to one of the most comprehensive networks of property managers in the industry via All Property Management’s online database.

As more homeowners find themselves in the rental market, the need for expert property managers has never been more pressing. In 2011 investors purchased 27 percent of the homes sold, potentially adding 1.23 million more single-family homes to the country’s rental pool.  Apartment market analyst Axiometrics Inc. recently reported that the number of U.S. homeowners has decreased by 2 million since the housing crisis began in 2006, while the number of rental households grew by 4 million in that same period to a total of 40 million rental households.

Sites such as Rentlist.com, Condo.com and its sister sites, Houses.com and Property.com, are joining All Property Management’s growing network of affiliates to support the growing rental property industry.  Investors and property owners using this network of affiliate websites are now able to easily navigate and compare management companies located near their properties. All Property Management has the fastest growing, largest and most comprehensive network in the industry with over 2,000 managers nationwide, and offers attractive B2B incentives for its growing affiliate program.

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