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Rent.com.au Lets You Search For Rental Properties With NBN

ASX-listed rental property Web site Rent (rent.com.au) has added information on NBN availability to all its property listings.

When a renter searches for property in their chosen suburb they can see the NBN status displayed as: “NBN is available”; “NBN is scheduled”; or “NBN status is unknown”. They can also filter their searches by NBN availability status.

Rent CEO Greg Bader, formerly CTO of iiNet, said the move was in response to demand from renters. “Our customers have been asking for this. Whilst NBN information is already available via the NBN Web site, it is a cumbersome process and no one really has the time to check each property individually,” Bader said.

“What we have done is taken public information and then presented it in a format that is easier to digest for our customers.”

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