All good answers and I will borrow them! :) I think one cost effective, and business expanding way to market any piece of property is though people first, and THEIR web services. Condo price points would lead me to investigate web sites and lists of renters in the area. Then I would deliver a brochure in hand with mortgage information and programs on back, (complying with local adverising rules and law), tie in with a lender who will cost share marketing for you (many will pay for the brochures entirely), gathering the data from them with mortgage info on back, and attach a business card. If you have access to renter e-mails, or can get some while you are prospecting, have a preset, polished e-presentation of the property to send to them as follow up. This not only markets the property affordably, but builds your client database and future business. It takes some sweat equity, yes. But why change the wheel? People first, business second! In the long run, it never fails.