How to manage multiple listings


Updated on Aug 08 • 1 minute read

Managing multiple property listings can be quite challenging. We know that creating the listings, answering all your messages and keeping your rental process organised is very time-consuming. Here are some tips on how to easily manage all your listings on HousingAnywhere.

Finding your listings through our filters

If you have multiple listings, you might find it hard to differentiate them, especially if their location, pictures and prices are similar.

On HousingAnywhere you can give an ‘Alias’ to your listings, or even add the house number. The house number will only be visible to you. Tenants will not be able to see the house number unless they make a booking. This feature was implemnted for landlords who may have multiple listings either in the same building or on the same street.

The Alias can be a number, a reference code or a nickname that you use to distinguish your listings. These alisases will only be seen by you and won’t be displayed publicly. These could be very useful if you are renting multiple rooms at the same address. Examples of aliases could be 'Big Window Room' or 'Yellow Wall Room'.

You can then search for your listings by alias, street name, city or house number in the search bar of the listing page.

In your inbox, you can also filter conversations by alias, in order to see only the messages related to a specific listing.

It really is that easy! Your listings will appear in a way that makes it much more efficient for you to locate. Be sure to go to your Listings, and try it out.

Creating multiple listings for a shared flat

When you want to advertise multiple rooms in a shared flat, you don’t need to create many different listings one by one.

Learn everything about how to duplicate your property listings in this guide.

How to redirect your potential tenants to your other listings

Sometimes you might receive requests for a specific property but you may want to redirect the tenant towards another listing that would be a better fit.

We have made this very easy:

  1. Copy the link to the listing that you would like to send to the potential tenant

  2. Paste this link in the conversation.

  3. In your message, ask the tenant to send a booking request on the right listing.

Learn how to receive the most relevant tenant requests for you

It’s as easy as that! Do you manage a hall of residence with very similar units? We've got it covered, send us an email at: and we’ will get you started!

Related Articles

Stay on top of multiple listings

Try out these tricks to save yourself time with multiple listings