360° Coverage : Salt Lake Tribune to be Powered by Property Pond

Salt Lake Tribune to be Powered by Property Pond

Utah Real Estate, in an effort to become an essential part of the rental equation, has partnered with Property Pond and the Salt Lake Tribune for simple, reliable, and advanced searching and listings.

Aug 2 2013, 2:49am CDT | by PR.com

Salt Lake City, UT, August 02, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Like Utah Real Estate, Property Pond is committed to helping Realtors and property managers get the most out of their listings. In two weeks the Salt Lake Tribune rentals will complete the full transition to being powered by Property Pond. Utah Real Estate wants to help Realtors become an essential part of the equation when it comes to being a renter’s first choice. By listing with Property Pond Realtors and clients will receive the simple, effective, and reliable benefits of the full site while being linked through the Salt Lake Tribune.

“Property Pond is KSL.com on steroids. The ability to sort, use mapping technology, and provide more information and pictures helps landlords rent faster and to more qualified tenants.” – Paul Smith Executive Director Utah Apartment Association

Property Pond is an accurate and simple way to provide the most relevant lead to any your listing. This all-inclusive rental website is free of charge; allowing professional tools for a comprehensive rental market analysis and the advanced search for increased success. When it’s time to rent a property, look to PropertyPond.com. Every rental that is placed will be directly linked to the Salt Lake Tribune.

Utahrealestate.com Team

Contact Information:
Utah Real Estate
Kathleen Peterson
(801) 676-5400
Contact via Email
utahrealestate.com

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