Connect our API and property data to other applications and workflows.

The RentCast API is built using REST design principles and returns standard JSON responses, making it easy to connect it with many automation and no-code platforms.

This guide highlights some of the most popular integrations for connecting our API and data to CRM systems, property management platforms, Excel, Google Sheets, email clients, and other apps or services.

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An active RentCast API subscription and an API key is required to use the integrations described in this guide. If you haven't set these up yet, follow this guide to do that first.

 

Zapier (Automation Platform)

With Zapier, you can connect our API to 6,000+ other apps, like Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, Salesforce, HubSpot, BatchLeads, and more.

The RentCast Zapier integration includes 10+ custom "actions" you can use in your Zapier workflows (called "Zaps") that give you access to all of our property data sets and endpoints.

To get started, head over to your Zapier dashboard (create an account if you don't have one), click the create new Zap button, pick a starting trigger for your workflow, and then select one of the available RentCast actions as a subsequent step.

 

IFTTT (Automation Platform)

IFTTT is another popular automation service similar to Zapier, which supports over 800 apps for building custom workflows and connecting different services.

To use our API in your IFTTT workflows, use webhook queries, which allow you to make HTTP requests that return JSON responses. Here is an FAQ that explains IFTTT webhooks in more detail.

For each webhook, you'll need to provide the URL of one of our endpoints, your RentCast API key in the X-Api-Key header, as well as any of the query parameters supported by that endpoint. Review the endpoint documentation for an overview of the query parameters it supports and what data it returns.

 

Bubble (No-Code App Builder)

Bubble.io is a popular no-code platform for building web apps, dashboards, MVPs, and other software with limited engineering resources, since you can use a visual builder instead of manually coding everything.
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Bubble offers a feature called API connectors, which allows you to call any REST API endpoints in your apps, including the ones provided by our API. See this guide that goes over how to use them in detail.

For each API connector, you'll need to provide the URL of one of our endpoints, your RentCast API key in the X-Api-Key header, as well as any of the query parameters supported by that endpoint. Review the endpoint documentation for an overview of the query parameters it supports and what data it returns.

 

Airtable (App and Data Hub Builder)

Similar to Bubble, Airtable can help you build complex web applications and data hubs using a graphical interface instead of writing all of the code by hand.

Although Airtable doesn't provide a simple way to call external APIs, you can use Airtable scripting to make requests to our API endpoints using the JavaScript fetch method.

See this guide that shows how to do this with a few lines of code. Our endpoint documentation pages also provide ready-to-use code samples in JavaScript that you can copy and paste into your Airtable apps.