then it became a pay for view service, I didn't bother to join. If I had some idea of how much current information I might find on the lease tracker it might be worth it to join.
The Offers Tracker became a "pay for" because it became evident that about the only users who found any value in it were companies who used the information to help their clients. Aside from a few core members, they were the ones who have helped keep this site online.
When I developed the new site, I decided to add an incentive for people to share their offers, by giving away a free month premium membership.
Premium memberships are now available for as little as one month, so for 9 bucks you can view all of the offers submitted in any state where offers are being listed.... And make it worth the effort to keep the site online.
I am not dissing, but I am only willing to take the time from my business (which puts food on my family's table) if the forum site has enough value to the users, to warrant the the time spent developing and maintaining it.