People can now easily browse over one million Zumper apartment listings on Bing in the United States.
San Francisco, CA (July 22, 2020) – Zumper, the largest private rental marketplace in the United States, announced today that it has partnered with Bing to display Zumper ads on Bing’s dedicated apartment search experience. Renters now have another easy and convenient way to find their next apartment on Zumper.
Available on the web for desktop and mobile, users who enter a rental search query on Bing (eg, “San Francisco Apartments for Rent”) will see Zumper apartment listings in a dedicated map search experience. When users open the search experience and click on one of Zumper’s listings, they will be able to view the apartment and send a message to the property on Zumper’s platform.
“During the summer months, a lot of leases come to an end and people start to think about moving again, so this partnership is very timely,” said Vishal Makhijani, President and COO of Zumper. “We wanted to make finding an apartment even more convenient and guarantee tenants seamless access to quality listings on Bing. Zumper’s inventory is updated in real time so tenants get the most accurate availability and prices in the market. “
This partnership continues to consolidate Zumper as a major player in the rental industry, with over 80 million tenants expected to use the platform in 2020. Zumper’s mission is to make renting an apartment as easy as renting an apartment. booking a hotel. With the launch of Instarent, Zumper’s fully digital rental solution, tenants can find, book, apply and rent apartments, all within 24 hours. The entire rental process from start to finish can be easily and quickly accomplished on the Zumper platform.
To learn more about Zumper, find a property for rent, or list a property, visit Zumper.com or download the Zumper app on your iOS and Android device.
Zumper aims to make renting an apartment as easy as booking a hotel. With 14 million visits per month, Zumper’s free online and mobile rental search marketplace has become the largest startup in the industry. San Francisco-based Zumper has 200 employees across the United States and acquired PadMapper in 2016. The company has raised a total of $ 140 million in funding from investors such as e.ventures, Greycroft, Dawn Capital, Kleiner Perkins, Goodwater Capital, Axel Springer, Stereo Capital, The Blackstone Group, Breyer Capital, Foxhaven Asset Management, Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock, NEA, CrunchFund, xfund, Divco West, MMC Technology Ventures, Scott Cook and the DeWilde Family Trust. Learn more at Zumper.com or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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