Reonomy is not a commercial listings platforms, but helps some of the largest brokerage and investment teams in CRE (CBRE, JLL, Cushman & Wakefield, etc.) find off-market deals and analyze the market in-aggregate. Learn more about our data here.
Commercial Real Estate Listings
To help aid brokerages, investment firms, and other teams in CRE, we’ve compiled a list of the best and most-used commercial real estate listings websites on the internet today.
Best Commercial Real Estate Listings Websites
As with any form of technology, commercial real estate listings platforms evolve constantly.
Below, we’ve listed out all of the listings websites we believe enable brokerage and investment teams to identify the most opportunities.
There are a variety of platforms included, from those that cover all commercial asset types, to those that only cover offices, mobile home parks, and so on.
Reonomy Off-Market Properties
Most of the listings platforms found would be considered “on the market,” since assets are actively being advertised as for sale.
Reonomy is an off-market search platform that gives you access to the entire supply of commercial, multi family, and land assets in the United States.
For example, when looking for a potential property to buy, you can filter your property search with the relevant building and transaction criteria.
You might filter for properties within your focus zip code and ideal asset type.
Then, it’s as simple as searching for properties that are likely to sell.
Using these search results, you can begin generating a lead list of the most likely-to-sell assets from your selected property type and/or geography.
Reonomy’s owner contact information also goes beyond the name of an LLC, showing you the names, phone numbers, email, and mailing addresses of the individuals associated with LLCs.
LoopNet is one of the most recognized CRE search engines. For those more involved in multi family or residential real estate, LoopNet is often considered the Zillow of commercial real estate.
Their database is among the largest in the industry, with 500,000 listings available, 6.3 billion square feet for lease, and roughly 5 million unique monthly visitors.
LoopNet offers a number of different types of commercial property listings, including office, multi family, industrial, retail, land, agricultural, hotel/motel, and residential income properties.
Craigslist is one of the largest listing engines in the world, with tens of thousands of listings for every major geographic region across the globe.
In the Office & Commercial property section, there is a collection of listings—which are free to add.
Craigslist is a great resource for finding commercial real estate for sale by owner (FSBO).
CREXi is a CRE marketplace with more than 130,000 U.S. commercial real estate properties listed for sale.
The site simplifies transactions for brokers, with a suite of tools to manage the process from listing to closing.
Commercial Brokers Association
The Commercial Brokers Association (CBA) is more locally focused, highlighting properties in the Pacific Northwest.
This platform features commercial properties from eight counties in Washington and Oregon. With more than 4,000 member brokers and 1,000 member offices, they’ve research 125,000 properties and have more than 13,000 active listings.
Listings include a number of different commercial asset types.
An application is required to join as an office, associate, or appraiser, with a $350 membership set-up fee, then monthly dues based on the number of member brokers.
A commercial real estate information services provider, CommercialCafe offers commercial listings including general commercial properties, office space, industrial, and retail spaces.
They also offer listings for “Coworking & Shared” properties, which includes virtual offices, private offices, meeting space, and coworking spaces.
CommercialCafe is free for brokers to add listings, but also has a paid advertising model for property owners.
Catylist is designed to provide services for individuals or companies looking for office, industrial, retail, land, multi family, or hospitality properties.
A free membership allows you to search listings only. At additional costs, however, you can also add Catylist CLS, Research, Pro Tools, SiteLink, EDCLink, and Cmail to your plan.
These tools help with gathering leads, running marketing campaigns, generating reports, and much more.
Catylist’s national marketplace of listings is called Commercial Exchange. It is free to search and has over 150,000 for sale and lease listings.
Biproxi is a listing, discovery, and transaction platform with no subscription fee for brokers, investors, or sellers.
The platform features customizable marketing tools as well as listing data to help buyers, sellers, and brokers contact one another.
While the listings and data vault are free, Biproxi does offer paid tools for data analytics, prospect information, and other services.
The platform also helps sellers and investors auction off properties or find auctions that match their investment goals.
Brevitas is a real estate collaboration and workflow platform offering a marketplace for private, open, and off-market property listings.
Brokers and investors can browse properties and see basic information for free. However, more detailed information requires payment to access.
OfficeSpace specializes in all types of office space—independent and coworking alike. They also include listings for retail, industrial, and land parcels.
Listings are in most major cities in the U.S. and are searchable by city or state.
Basic site offerings are free and offer photos and floor plans. Featured Listings on the site begin at $39.95 per month.
QuantumListing is newer to the CRE listing game but is gaining momentum.
Agents, investors, buyers, and sellers can browse listings for free. Post a listing and help your property gain more exposure with relatively low-cost listing fees.
There’s also a team option available for multi-office brokerage firms or CRE broker networks.
These tools help teams collaborate, communicate, and analyze data from one dashboard.
Rofo offers the ability to search for office space, industrial properties, retail, land, multi family, hotels, and more.
They offer coverage of properties from more than 4,200 cities, totaling 1 billion square feet.
Their two membership plans include a “Tenant and Buyer Rep Plan,” and a “Property Advertising Plan.” In either case, Rofo promotes the fact that you pay “only for results.”
SquareFoot, one of the sleeker-looking listings platforms in our list, serves office space listings throughout the country, though the site has a slightly heavier focus on 12 major cities—New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Diego, Washington, DC, Phoenix, Charlotte, Atlanta, and Baltimore.
There are a total of about 10,000 listings across the site.
Pricing for listings is not provided on the website, though there is a form to submit your listing, where you’ll then be contacted directly.
OfficeFreedom is an office space search engine with a global focus.
Top locations on the site include London, New York, Hong Kong, Toronto, Beijing, Sao Paulo, Paris, Munich, Mexico City, Los Angeles. Sydney, Dubai, and more.
The platform acts as a broker rather than a search engine—meaning that there is a 10% rate charged for successful leases.
OfficeFreedom has more than 15,000 offices listed on its site.
The search engine allows you to search commercial real estate by asset type with options to buy or lease. Asset types include offices, coworking, warehouses, retail, apartments, land, and specialty properties.
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 370,000 registered members and $500+ billion in available properties.
A basic plan is free and allows you to submit listings to the site. You can also upgrade to the $20/month gold membership which allows you to include additional images, documents, and lead generation tools in your listings.
Instant Offices provides listings for office spaces around the world.
Their listings include general office space, shared office space, managed office space, light industrial, and other general office locations.
While they do not provide pricing or listing information for agents on their website, they do charge a success fee.
Contact them directly to learn more about partnership or operator connections.
Leavitt Digital (LDCRE) enables brokers and owners to increase their local and global reach on listings by syndicating national and international listings through city-based news websites.
In other words, it allows you to list all your properties in one location, and have them distributed through a long-tail of local or international listings platforms.
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 the listings also span across a number of other states 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 paying enormous fees.
The company also offers a commercial real estate CRM to help maximize your day-to-day workflow.
Also owned by CoStar, CityFeet has listings for every state but is primarily focused on New York City.
Listings include office space, retail space, industrial space, as well as other types of commercial property.
BizBuySell frames itself as “the internet’s largest business for sale marketplace” with 65,000 businesses listed annually.
The platform offers a wide range of property categories such as food and restaurants, financial services, and education properties.
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 six months while their showcase ad product costs $69.95 for six months.
This CRE marketplace platform allows brokers, buyers, and owners to both list and advertise their properties live on the platform.
In addition, PropertySend features a free search feature for site viewers.
The platform covers a wide selection of commercial spaces such as office, sports & entertainment, industrial, and retail.
The platform has six pricing plans in total.
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.
- Agent (Free)
- Power Agent ($30 per month)
- Super Agent (Free 30-day trial, then $60 per month)
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 on 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.
Mobile home parks are an often overlooked CRE class. And while sites like LoopNet and CREXi do have mobile home park listings, there are a few other sites that specialize in mobile home and RV park properties.
MobileHomeParkStore.com lists mobile and manufactured home parks for sale across the country, including foreclosure listings, for-sale-by-owner listings, REO’s, seller-financing, and more.
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.
RealNex is another CRE listings platform offering free search and listing capabilities for brokers and sellers.
RealNex is designed to help CRE professionals market their available properties in more places, with less hassle.
The database currently lists more than 250,000 properties for sale or lease worldwide, giving brokers and their class access to all types of assets.
While the search tools are free, RealNex offers a variety of paid marketing options that integrate CRM, data analysis, prospecting tools, and a comprehensive dashboard to keep it all together.
Additional Multi Family Listings Websites
Multi family homes are often a commercial-residential crossover asset type.
While many consider multi family to be commercial property (as we do), there are also many residential listings platforms that list multi family homes for sale.
Zillow is undeniably one of the most popular listings websites in real estate, commercial or not.
The site includes plenty of duplexes, triplexes, and other multi family properties for sale.
While most viewers use Zillow to find an apartment or house to rent or purchase, the platform can also help owners and brokers identify residential income properties around the country.
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, Realtor.com is a residential listings platform for buyers, sellers, and those looking to purchase or rent homes.
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.
Point2 primarily lists residential properties, but also offers a share of commercial listings.
Property type filters on Point2 include homes, condos/coops, and multi family. Filters for commercial properties include office, retail, industrial, and coworking space.
HotPads is even more residential-focused compared to the other websites mentioned above.
While many of these sites offer multi-family listings, HotPads is limited only to duplexes.
The website is used mostly for apartment and house rentals, but can also be used to find duplexes for sale across the country.
Best Land Listings Websites
While some of the websites above do offer some land and lot listings, there are also plenty of platforms that exclusively list different types and sub-types of land for sale.
Here are a few of the best:
Land and Farm
Land and Farm specializes in farmland, ranches, commercial and residential property with land attached.
Land and Farm has over 10 million acres represented on its site. These listings are organized by state, with several hundred properties minimum per state.
LandSearch is a real estate marketplace that represents residential, commercial, agricultural, and recreational land.
With over 10 million acres listed and hundreds of thousands of properties, the site is one of the largest in the industry.
Users can also browse for land specialists matching their criteria.
The site features a clean, map-driven interface with dozens of types, tags, and filters to narrow a property search. Creating a professional profile and posting land for sale, auction, or lease is free.
LandWatch is another land listings platform with over 1 million listings nationwide.
The site includes hunting land, farms and ranches, homesites, and many other types of land for sale.
Lands of America
Lands of America is part 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.
Which Platform Should You Choose?
Whatever your needs, there is a commercial real estate listing service or search engine available to meet them.
More Targeted Listings Platforms
Below, see a list of other useful listings platforms for finding targeted commercial properties for sale.
Listings websites for specific asset types:
- Multi Family Homes
- Apartment Buildings
- Mobile Home Parks
- Office Buildings