Refresh your listing's post date by using the Repost feature to secure a high ranking in search results for more exposure.

By reposting your listing, it will automatically extend the expiry date of the listing by 60 days from the new post date.

On the search results page, Weekly Featured Listings are ranked first, followed by Spotlight listings, then regular listings.

When you repost your listing, your listing post date will be refreshed enabling your listing to rank high on search results within the listing tier. For example, if you are reposting your Spotlight listing, your listing’s ranking will rank high within the Spotlight listings tier.

Other factors that determine the ranking of your listing is the Listing Quality Score.

If you wish to schedule your repost activities to maintain its exposure on search results and save the hassle of reposting your listings manually, you can use Auto-Repost.

To repost a listing, follow these steps:

1. Login to AgentNet, go to "My Listings" and select the listing that you wish to repost. You can either choose to repost just one listing, or multiple listings.

2. Once you have selected the listing(s) you wish to repost, a pop-up will show informing you on the number of Ad Credits which will be deducted from your account to perform the listing Repost.

You will also be informed of your current Ad Credits balance before you can click on ‘Repost’ to proceed with your Repost activity.

Note: The number of Ad Credits needed to repost your listing is indicated next to your listing.

The amount of Ad Credits needed to repost a listing is 2 Ad Credits.


Should you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our Customer Service at enquiries@propertyguru.com.my.

Alternatively, you can start a ‘live’ chat via the red button on the bottom-right of your AgentNet desktop page or call them at 03-7932 7555 (Mondays to Fridays, 9AM to 6PM).

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Repost your listings automatically with Auto-Repost

Edit an Auto-Repost Schedule

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