Use the Listing Form below to place a Vacation Rental ad on  Click the "Submit" button.  After approval and payment confirmation, your ad will be placed in the Vacation Rental space on the proper state and city page within the "Find a Home" Section.

Cost for each Vacation Rental listing is $29.  The listing will remain on for one full year. Additional listing changes for that address are FREE.  When the vacation unit is rented, can place a "NOT AVAILABLE" sign next to the ad.  Re-activation is also FREE if the unit becomes available again during the year. At the end of the year, you will be notified if you wish to renew the ad.

Your Contact Information




Full Name: Last, First

Phone Number(s)

Contact email 

Your Listing Information


Property Description (unlimited words)

Date Available

Property Location: City

Property Community

Address(optional, if you want a MapQuest Link)


Zip Code


     (Show rent amount or rent range)

Property Type

Number of Bedrooms

   Number of Bathrooms













Fenced Yard



Hardwood Floors


High Speed Internet




Fitness Center






Small Dogs

Large Dogs


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  • After you fill out the listing form and click the "Submit Listing" button, your listing form will be sent to via your email service. (Make sure that you can send email from your web browser.)
  • After review and approval, you will receive an email directing you how to make your payment.
  • Once your payment and listing is processed, you will receive a confirmation email that your listing has posted.

Property photo submissions must be .jpg format and be submitted via email to:   Limit of six (6) photos per ad.

Email us if you have any questions or problems.

All submissions are to subject to Federal housing laws, which make it illegal to indicate in any advertisement any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, and familial status.  Your state jurisdiction may also prohibit any preference based on sexual orientation, marital status, ancestry, or source of income. If you have any questions about the fair housing laws and housing discrimination, please call your local fair housing agency or the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. For a list of all fair housing groups, go to the housing rights center's website at