Note: for rental properties located in Alabama, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Mississippi, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Massachusetts.
*Starting July 1 2020, Zillow Group will start charging for California rental property advertisements.
Historically, Zillow Group has required a paid policy for any buildings over 50 units.
If you chose to pay for advertisements and post on Zillow, Trulia or Hotpads, Zillow Group has advised that agents reach out to their paid inclusion support team who can assist with publishing listings. Once the payment is set up through Zillow directly, you'll see the listing live through Intellirent as well.
If you do not set up the payment plan with Zillow directly, your listing will simply be rejected through Intellirent's syndication. You will not be charged.
In your property details page you may see Zillow, Trulia and Hotpads are red. Hover over the company names on the right and you will see the reason why the property is red.
*Not all listing sites provide Intellirent with a reason why the listing was rejected. You will only see a reason on the hover for companies who return that specific data to Intellirent.
If your property is not being posted to Zillow, Trulia or Hotpads, it may be due to their updated policies on paying for rental listings. Intellirent will still send your actively marketed rentals to all other partner sites.
For more details, see Zillow's detailed guide on Paid Inclusion.