How Does the Los Angeles Rental Application Market Stand Up to Other Major US Cities?

How Does the Los Angeles Rental Application Market Stand Up to Other Major US Cities?

Los Angeles rental prices have finally found stable ground after years of dramatic surges. According to a 2018 report by Apartment List, prices are nearly the same as they were at the end of 2017. What does the data say for applicants who had to submit a rental application?

For much of last year, there was a 1.4% marginal rise in price growth, which went above the state average of 0.3%. Moving into the start of 2019, it was found that the city’s median rent price for a one-bedroom apartment was at $1,360, while a typical two-bedroom was at $1,750. And as of last month, both prices have barely budged.

The Dos and Don’ts on a Standard Rental Application

The Dos and Don’ts on a Standard Rental Application

When using a rental application, the end goal is to help make an accurate assessment of a prospective tenant. While a certified standard rental application doesn’t exist, you can still get a vetted one that follows federal guidelines. Knowing this, we have put together an article that can help keep you out of legal trouble.

RentSpree Automates Tenant Screening Across all 50 States

RentSpree Automates Tenant Screening Across all 50 States

RentSpree achieves 50 state presence to bring renting into the modern age.

Los Angeles, Feb. 10, 2019 -- RentSpree now handles the screening process for real state professionals in all 50 states.

Los Angeles-based RentSpree is a real estate technology company that has created a proprietary platform allowing agents and owners to seamlessly screen and verify tenants.