Philadelphia Apartment Rental Listings

You might be having trouble finding the right space....but you're here now.
And powered by the MLS - your apartment search just become incredibly easy!

What is the MLS Apartment Search?

The Multiple Listing Service (MLS) is where real estate agents are required to list properties. It is unlawful for an agent not to list a property on the MLS unless the landlord puts it in writing not to.

This guarantees every apartment seeker the ability to know of every available property listed in any given area.

Without utilizing the MLS potential tenants run the gambit of just searching very old listings that are no longer available. And fake listings posted as rental scams; such as a scam is designed to steal your money for 1st, last month and security deposit.   ~   Unfortunately, there is also the physical harm stories in the media of property seekers and the risks involved having to meet strangers in unknown places.

All that and you still need to weed through thousands of ads using ineffective search features.

Here on our site, integrated with the Philadelphia MLS, your apartment search operates in "Real Time", meaning: if an apartment is not on the MLS, or on our apartment search, site its likely no longer available.

We Are Also Here to Help Your Apartment Search:

  • Create a custom search of the MLS, with your specific property criteria.  You will then have access to every property listed for rent.
  • Our search automatically avoids virtually all potential rental scams.
  • When we schedule you a showing, to see an apartment, its with a documented property and owner. Also, we accompany you to the showing -  Which beats meeting a stranger in some unknown location!
  • We also use our extensive expertise and experience to review the lease agreement and handle all the paperwork to protect you and ensure your advantage.

What Are the Fees Involved in Renting an Apartment or House?

The fees to rent are generally straight forward, with no extra fees or hidden charges.

Renters don't often pay agents to help them find property - the property owner does.

Property owners put a "bounty" or a commission on their apartments for agents to bring their clients to their properties.

Common Charges a Philadelphia Apartment Seeker Will Pay:

  • 1st Month's Rent
  • Last Months Rent
  • 1 Month's Security Deposit
  • Occasionally Pet Deposit (if applicable)
  • Often the landlord will charge an Application or a Credit Check Fee ($25 - $75)

Though an agent works for you, they are commonly paid by the landlord, even though they often will never meet, nor speak to the landlord.

In this way, Real Estate Agents have access to every single available rental property listed, and since virtually all of these offer commission , your agent will be working for you, but you will never have to pay them!

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