Frequently Asked Questions

No. Metro-Rentals.com is a marketing and advertising agency that specializes in creating and producing online advertising campaigns for our real estate clients. Metro-Rentals.com does not own or manage any of the properties on the website.

No. Metro-Rentals.com is a marketing and advertising agency that specializes in creating and producing online advertising campaigns for our real estate clients. Metro-Rentals.com does not own or manage any of the properties on the website.

If you are a resident, all issues concerning your your new home or apartment should go to your new landlord. Make sure you send all rent payments and maintenance requests to the individual owner or management company where you signed your lease.

QRthisPlace.com is our website that contains much of the information of units posted here. You'll notice most of the links in our advertisments will take you to that site and many of the contact links here use forms through that site as well.

Each advertisement will have the contact information for the owner or the manager in a contact link just below the text of the advertisement.

As many times as necessary throughout the day. We make changes as fast as we can after we receive them from the property owners that advertise with us.

No. Metro-Rentals.com does not force you to register with us, nor charge you a fee to browse the listings. The property owners pay us to advertise their properties. Please remember to tell them you found them on Metro-Rentals.com.

We recommend owners list their properties as much as 90 days in advance, but no less than 30 days in advance of it becoming available for move in, but it does depend on the preference of the property manager. Some owners may only be able to list 30 days in advance or when they receive notice their existing tenants are leaving.

Keep checking the site as it is updated daily. Find a listing of a property that interests you even if it is listed as currently available. Sometimes you may be able and follow a link in the ad to see what other properties the owner may have. You may also contact an owner to inquire about future availability of a specific property, or with the details of what you are looking for.

On occasion, property managers forget to let us know when they lease an available home. We highly encourage managers to keep their listings current and usually there really is no financial benefit to them to keep listings that are not current. Sometimes we may miss removing an ad for a property listed in multiple sections on our site. Please email us at info@metro-rentals.com to report any inaccuracies or unavailable listings on our site that are not clearly marked.

Yes. We do provide this service for residents who have a need to sublet their property. We highly encourage you to check with your property manager first to make sure that subletting is allowed. They may have resources or waitlists for your home already. After receiving authorization from your management company, contact us to begin placing your advertisement.

Call (614) 464-4000 or CONTACT US HERE.