RSS Feed at HouseRebate.com

At HouseRebate.com, we use the cutting edge of technology to save you time and money. With that in mind, we'd like to introduce you to a new feature on our site, RSS.

How can I receive RSS feeds?

Our RSS service is free of charge and available to all registered users on HouseRebate.com.

Just register and the link to your RSS feed is located on the "My Account" page which you have access to after you login. Just look for the icon, right under the search criteria in your account.

You may already have an RSS reader (also known as an aggregator) if you've signed up for a feed from a news site or blog. If not, you can download one here at no charge. It's a simple piece of software, that will collect, update and display the RSS feed from HouseRebate.com and any other sites you choose. If you'd prefer not to download anything, you can use a browser-based RSS reader, available here. Best of all, these RSS readers are free.

What is RSS?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. RSS is used by news sites and blogs as a convenient way for readers to get the latest information without having to repeatedly visit a website.

At HouseRebate.com, we have built customized RSS feeds tailored to your home search criteria. If you're already familiar with our automated email notification for new listings, RSS is the same concept with a different delivery method. Instead of getting the listings in your email, you can get them added directly to your RSS-compatible device or services. You'll be the first to know about new homes as they come onto the market!

What RSS feeds are available from HouseRebate.com?

While news sites can send you headlines and breaking stories, HouseRebate.com has developed an RSS feed designed to deliver the information you need: new listings that match your criteria.

What are the terms of use?

By using HouseRebate.com's RSS feed, part of the HouseRebate.com website, you agree to be bound by our general Terms of Service. Those are the same Terms you agreed to when you registered on the site. To read them again, click here Like our email notifications, the RSS feed is free of charge for personal use.