Reonomy helps real estate professionals of all kinds find multifamily and commercial properties off the market any U.S. location—with access to the entire supply of assets, owner details and contact information. Learn more here.

Listings Platforms That We’ll Look At:
1. Reonomy 19. Leavitt Digital
2. LoopNet 20. 42Floors
3. Zillow 21. Digsy
4. Craigslist 22. CityFeet
5. CREXi 23. Truss
6. CommercialMLS 24. BizBuySell
7. Commercial Cafe 25. PropertySend
8. Catylist 26. RealtyZapp
9. Brevitas 27. Ten-X
10. 28. LandWatch
11. Real Massive 29. Lands of America
12. Rofo 30. Total Commercial
13. SquareFoot 31. Trulia
14. Search Office Space 32.
15. Showcase 33. Point2Homes
16. CIMLS 34. HotPads
17. Instant Offices 35.
18. Land and Farm 36. MobileHomeParkStore

Listings Platforms for Specific Asset Types:

Multi Family Homes | Duplex/Triplex | Apartment Buildings
Warehouse | Mixed-Use | Retail | Land | Hotels
Mobile Home Parks | Office Buildings

Commercial Real Estate Listings

With so many different CRE listing platforms on the market, it’s difficult to decipher which are right for you.

If you’re a commercial broker, you need to ensure your listing reaches the most potential buyers possible. If you’re an investor, you need to find the best opportunities that will expand your portfolio while maximizing ROI.

To help with your decision-making process, we’ve compiled a list of the major commercial real estate listing websites. But note: not all of these commercial real estate listing sites are created equally—make sure to do your research on what works best for your needs specifically, based on the data offered, ease of use, and cost of each platform.

Best Commercial Real Estate Listings Websites

As with any tech, platforms change consistently, so it’s important to keep up to date on CRE tech trends and get the best deal for your company.

To get started, here is a definitive guide to the top sites for finding, listing or marketing your commercial or multi family properties in any U.S. market.

Reonomy Off-Market Listings

Commercial real estate properties are divided into two distinct categories: on-market and off-market.

On-market listings are properties that are actively being advertised as for sale, and can typically be found on commercial real estate listing websites.

Off-market properties are those not actively being sold—a much larger portion of the CRE supply. Since these properties aren’t being advertised or worked by brokers, they offer more flexible opportunities for both buyers and sellers.

The Reonomy platform covers over 50 million properties nationwide, including those off-market and for sale.

When looking for potential property to buy,  you can use Reonomy to find new opportunities by filtering a property search with the relevant criteria.

Reonomy Commercial Real Estate Listings

For example, you may filter for all properties that are within your zip code and asset class focus. You can filter your search for properties that haven’t sold within the last 10 years.

Since the average holding period of a commercial asset is 10 years, you will be generating a lead list of the most likely to sell assets from your selected property type and/or geography.

Reonomy provides property owner contact information beyond the LLC, including names, phone number, emails and mailing addresses. You can use this contact information to systematically contact your curated lead list and win new listings.

Reonomy can also help you skip listings platforms altogether and look for real estate investors and buyers looking to expand their portfolios.

You can search for recent sellers in your area that may have cash on hand, or explore the portfolio of recent buyers who may be looking for properties similar to your listings.


LoopNet is one of the most recognized CRE search engines. Their database is among the largest with 800,000 total listings and 6.3 billion square feet for lease and offers a number of different types of commercial properties including office, multifamily, industrial, retail, land, agricultural, hotel & motel, and residential income properties. 

Free membership allows you to add your listing, but for access to their other services including email campaigns, custom websites, and video tour inclusion, there is a Premium option that starts at $69.96/month. There are other additions such as the Pro Tools package, as well.


While Zillow is for residential real estate listings, the site does have a great deal of duplex, triplex, and other multi family properties for sale, which by Reonomy’s definition, also fall under the bucket of “commercial.”

Zillow Real Estate Listings

The platform is often used for those looking to rent an apartment or house, but is also very helpful in selling or buying real estate for sale in markets all around the country.


Craigslist is one of the largest listing engines in the world, with tens of thousands of listings for every major geographic region in the world. In the Office & Commercial property section, there is a collection of listings. Listings are free in this category.


CREXi is a CRE marketplace with 16,000 listings. It simplifies transactions for brokers with a suite of tools to manage the process from listing to closing.

Commercial MLS

Commercial MLS is more locally focused. They feature commercial properties from 8 counties in Washington and Oregon and have gathered 20,500 properties with 3,850 current member brokers and 1045 offices. Properties include a number of different types of commercial options. An application is required to join as an office, associate or appraiser with a $350 fee to join the Commercial Brokers Association that runs the website.

Commercial Cafe

A commercial real estate information services provider,  Commercial Cafe offers around 45,000 listings, including all commercial real estate property categories. It is free for brokers to add listings and has a paid advertising model for property owners.


Catylist is designed to provide services for individuals or companies looking for office, industrial, shopping, retail, land, multi-family or hospitality properties. Free Basic Membership allows you to search the listings only. For listing your own properties, gathering leads or using the marketing tools including in the site, you’ll need a Full Access Membership starting at $50/month.


Brevitas is a real estate collaboration and workflow platform that offers a marketplace for private, open, and off-market property listings. The company offers a membership model that requires a sign up to browse properties.

OfficeSpace specializes in all types of office space, independent and coworking alike. Listings are in most major cities in the U.S. and searchable by city or state. Basic site offerings are free and offer photos and floor plans. Featured Listings service begins at $39.95/month.

Real Massive

Real Massive is a connected digital marketplace, covering nearly four billion square feet of office, industrial, and retail space. Users can list, search, and share data sets with a platform optimized for performance analytics, digital marketing, and inventory management. They provide CRE professionals with critical insights into the performance of their markets and portfolios while streamlining marketing efforts.



Rofo offers the ability to search for office space, warehouse, retail and shared office space location based on zip code. They offer coverage of properties from 4,265 cities, totaling 1 billion square feet. Of their two membership plans, the Rofo Pro plan costs $59 per year for a single property listing in one county and you can accept up to four leads. For more listings, you can pay $45 per county/per month for unlimited leads.


Square Foot serves office space listings throughout the country, with a focus on 12 major cities. There are currently between 250 and 900 listings in each of these major cities, and fewer in additional smaller cities. There are a total of about 10,000 listings across the site. Pricing for listings is not provided on the website, but there is a form to submit your listing and you’ll be contacted directly.

Search Office Space

Search Office Space is an office space search engine with a global focus. The homepage allows you to break down your search, for the UK or for the US. With 10,000 business centers and over 50 consultants around the world, they make connections on offices, shared offices, virtual offices, conference space, and light industrial. The platform acts as a broker rather than a search engine – which means there is a 10% rate charged for successful leases.


Owned by CoStar Group, has a US site and a UK site, which you can switch between on the homepage. The search engine allows you to search commercial real estate by asset type with options to buy or lease.

It is free to list your properties on Showcase, though there are several advertising options to feature your properties, build out custom profiles, and more to feature your properties. You must contact the company to get rates.


CIMLS (the commercial investment multiple listing service) is a large commercial real estate listing service with all types of properties. The service has more than 320,000 registered members and $500+ billion in available properties. A basic plan is free and allows you to submit listings to the site, or you can upgrade to the $20/month gold membership which allows you to include additional images, documents, and lead generation tools in your listings.

Instant Offices

Instant Offices provides listings for office spaces around the world. There are currently 8,200 offices in their listings, which include general office space, shared office space, managed office space, light industrial, and other general office locations. They charge a success fee and does not provide pricing or listing information for agents or brokers on their website. Contact them directly to learn more about partnership or operator connections.

Land and Farm

Specializes in farmland, ranches, commercial and residential property with land attached. Land and Farm has 490,200 listings. Organized by state, with several hundred properties minimum per state. The cost to advertise on the site is $24.95/month for the standard subscription or $49.95/month for the premium subscription, which offers a promised 4.4x boost in exposure.

Leavitt Digital

LDCRE enables brokers and owners to increase local and global reach on listings through LDCRE’s national and international listing syndication platform into city based news websites.

In other words, it allows you to list your properties in one location and have it distributed through a long tail of local listing platforms.

42 Floors


42Floors is an online platform that specializes in commercial listings, subleases and coworking spaces nationally throughout the United States. The platform offers a range of spaces suited for commercial needs such as industrial space, medical space, office space and restaurant space.

It is free for CRE professionals to add their listings to the site, with the option of added features and exposure through their Elite Property upgrade.


Digsy Commercial Property Listings

Digsy offers listings of office buildings, industrial space, warehouses, retail, and more for sale, rent, or lease. Listings are most in-depth across California, but also span across a number of other states and counties nationwide.

Something that makes Digsy unique is the ability to outsource your property search to their team for free, helping you save time sifting through listings without sacrificing higher costs.

The company also offers a commercial real estate CRM to help maximize your day-to-day workflow.


Owned by LoopNet, CityFeet has listings for every state but is primarily focused on New York City. Listings include office space, retail space, industrial space, and other types of commercial property.

Plans are available monthly or quarterly, with the Standard plan starting at $99/month and the Platinum plan which includes access to their partner network and top search placement, starting at $316.65/month.


Truss is a commercial real estate search engine that helps you find spaces which match your needs and budget requirements. It currently specializes in office, retail and industrial leases for small businesses in the Chicago, Dallas and Houston areas and is soon to begin covering Washington, D.C., Austin, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Miami.

Truss is free to sign up and find a space, and they also offer a 3D virtual tour tool, allowing individuals to check out spaces of interest at any time.



BizBuySell frame themselves as “the internet’s largest business for sale marketplace” with 45,000 active for-sale listings including both individual locations and franchises. It offers a wide range of property categories such as food and restaurants, financial services and education and children.

The site also includes features such as broker matching and financial assistance for potential investors. The basic ad product for sellers costs $49.95 for 6 months while their showcase ad product costs $69.95 for 6 months.


This CRE marketplace platform allows brokers, buyers and owners to both list and advertise their properties live on the platform with a free to search feature for site viewers – increasing a listings’ reach. The platform covers a wide selection of commercial spaces such as office, sports & entertainment, industrial and retail.  

Property Send covers properties for sale and for lease and offers a range of plans, such as the professional plan for $19.99 p/m to list up to 20 properties on the marketplace site.


RealtyZapp is a multi-feature real estate platform, allowing users to manage their listings, prospects, email campaigns and social media marketing all through one dashboard.

Individuals can both prospect and post property opportunities depending on whether they are interested in buying or selling. The product offers 3 different packages – agent, power agent and super agent, with the first one being a free program.


Ten-X is another great commercial real estate listings website, adding a bit more of a technological approach to the matter when compared to some of the other sites in this list.

On the site, you can search for a number of different asset types, including office, multi family, retail, hotel, industrial, self-storage, land, and special purpose.

Ten-X Commercial Real Estate Listings


LandWatch is another land listings platform with over 1 million listings nationwide.

LandWatch Land for Sale

The site includes hunting land, farms and ranches, homesites, and many other other types of land for sale.

Lands of America

Lands of America is apart of CoStar’s set of listings websites. The site lists farms, ranches, country homes, acreages, and other types of land for sale across the country.

Lands of America Land for Sale

Total Commercial

Total Commercial has been providing commercial real estate listing information online since 1995. They have positioned themselves as a full-featured commercial real estate listing service without the high prices.  Publishing listings costs only $90 per year per agent.


Aside from Zillow, one of the other major players in residential listings is Trulia.

Trulia is known for having a clean and easy-to-navigate interface. It can be used to buy or sell multi family and other residential multi unit properties for sale anywhere in the U.S.

Like Trulia and Zillow, is a residential listings platforms for buyers, sellers, and those looking to rent homes. Real Estate Listings

The site also offers a searchable section of “Just Sold” listings, so that brokers, buyers, and sellers can analyze recent sales and better understand property values.

Which Platform Should You Choose?

Whatever your needs, there is a commercial real estate listing service or search engine available to meet them. Use this list to choose the best fit for your needs and budget and take the next steps towards finding your new seller or buyer.

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