2. Craigslist is a great resource. Prepare to have your inbox filled with garbage and leads that won't call you back. Good exposure though.
3. Hotpads.com has been a large driver for rental leads for me.
a) Are you trying to lease your house yourself? If so be extremely careful you can be sued by potential tenants that know all kinds of "tips and tricks of the trade" I have handled 5 worked with 5 clients over the past 6 weeks who leased their home got sued in less than 30 days from the tenants. HOWEVER I can't assit these landlords for they did not have a realtor reprsention.
b) Realtor listing your home you fall under their errors & ommission insurance policy for protection
c) Realtor can post on MLS most search engine for leasing properties, and we qualify the potential tenant.
d) There are 25 GREAT website we post listings to however you have to continually stay on top of the postings.
I DON'T mean to scare you just concerned when general public want to do a FSOB, purchase direct from a buyer, or lease a property we receive soooooo many crying stories off these situations.
Oh and many of these companies have staff responsible for relocation. They will utilize Craigslist, but you can try simply calling a company and asking to speak with relocation staff, send them a link to your posting. Offer them incentives or if all this sounds complicated, hire a REALTOR.
Hope this helps.