How to List Housing

How to List Housing

To list housing, follow these easy steps.
(Download a printable PDF of these instructions here)

FIRST, REGISTER YOURSELF AND/OR YOUR COMPANY

  1. On the Homepage, select “List Housing
  2. Choose "Register Online" to List Housing.
IF YOU HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED, LIST YOUR UNIT(S)
  1. On the Homepage, select “List Housing
  2. Select “Already Registered? Log In Here”
  3. Enter your user name and password. You will see your welcome page.
  4. Click the "Add Property" tab.
  5. Under "Add new rental listing in:" choose NJ from the drop-down menu, and click the "Add Listing" button.
  6. Choose the city where your property is located.
  7. You will see a listing form. There are 14 required fields marked with a blue asterisk (*). Other fields are optional, but list as much information as possible to get more accurate inquiries.

    Listing Notes

    • Street Address Line 1: Enter the street name and number on this line.
    • Address Line 2 is for apartment or unit numbers or details like "first floor unit."
    • MONTHLY Rent Type is a required field, but fill in detals for only one of the rent types. For most properties, this will be a "Standard Monthly Rent."
    • Fields at the bottom of the form let you type in special comments and describe property features and amenities.
    • Public Contact Information for This Listing: If you need to add a contact other than yourself, enter the appropriate name and number in the "Add a New Contact" line.
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    • If adding a property in a new complex or multi-unit building, add the name of the complex in the section following the property address (leave BLANK if this does not apply).
    • This allows you to list the total number of available units or clone the unit for easy listing of other bedrooms or unit types.
    • These features can be accessed after you have added details for the first unit and clicked the "Click Here to Update Property" button.
  8. Click the "Click Here to Update Property" button to save the information you listed.

Need to fax us your listing? Download our fax form here 

List Housing FAQs

  1. I'm a property manager. What are the benefits to listing my property on the HRC?
    Download a PDF of all of the benefits of listing right here
  2. Is there a cost to list my properties on the HRC site?
    No charge will be incurred at any time. NJHRC.gov is a free listing service.
  3. How long will it take for my properties to be viewable by the public?
    Properties will become active immediately after they are correctly entered into the system. Updates can be made onine at any time and will be also be instantly applied to your listing.
  4. How do prospective tenants access the listings?
    Prospective tenants can call toll-free 1-877-428-8844 and receive housing lists, or they can search online. Many service providers and housing resource agencies have computers for clients to use, or they may offer assistance with housing searches.
  5. How long will it take until I get calls rom prospective tenants/buyers?
    This depends on several factors in your community such as the economy, number of properties on the market and how desirable your property is compared to others.
  6. How do I make changes to my listing, like changing the deposit amount, etc.?
    As a registered property owner, you can manage and update your account online at any time. Or, you may call 1-877-428-8844 during the office hours of 9:00am and 8:00pm EDT for assistance.
  7. What personal information of mine will be posted on the web?
    Basic contact information must be provided in order for prospective tenants to contact you. This must include your name and phone number and may optionally contain your mailing or email address. However, you control your information and you can update it at any time online or via phone.
  8. I don't have any vacancies at this time. Why should I add my properties to the HRC?
    This is a free way to maintain an inventory of your properties. When there are vacancies, your property will already be included on the HRC and viewable by thousands.