Five Slick Ways to Make Your Apartment Feel Bigger

August 11th, 2016

If you know anything about Los Angeles apartments, you know very few people can actually afford a spacious apartment. Sometimes what you want simply doesn’t align with your budget. If you are having a similar issue, here are a few ways to combat the lack of space and make your Los Angeles apartment feel much bigger than it actually is.

4 Reasons Your Apartment Rental Application Gets Rejected

August 11th, 2016

Finding the right rental apartment can be difficult and time consuming, but once you’ve found your ideal rental the work isn’t over, you still need to secure the lease, and that is where many hopeful renters come undone.

Here are the top four reasons apartment rental applications are rejected:

1.Your credit rating was too low.

Millennial Apartment Renters and How To Captivate Them

August 11th, 2016

More and more apartment managers are struggling with how to reach out to new renters. We all know that home ownership rates are declining and renting is the only option for most millennials. But even with the increasing renter market, not all landlords will be able to prosper as they once did.

Why You Should Consider Renting A House Over An Apartment

August 11th, 2016

There are a number of clear reasons why people prefer renting an apartment over renting a house in Los Angeles.

Apartments typically seem easier (at first glance):

There is no maintenance to worry about, and they’re normally bundled with attractive amenities such as a fitness center or pool.

Top Five Los Angeles Lunch Spots Where The Locals Eat

August 11th, 2016

For renters moving to a new house in Los Angeles, finding a good place to eat is one of the first priorities. However, Yelp is becoming more and more biased and can’t compete with a solid personal recommendation from a friend. That’s why we, as local Angelinos, are giving our best selections for the top lunch spots around the city.

Looking to rent an apartment in L.A.?: This is why you should hurry up.

August 10th, 2016

It’s no secret that home ownership in the U.S. has reached record lows these days, as an increasing number of people prefer renting their homes instead of buying a house for them. According to the U.S. Commerce Department, the homeownership rate in the U.S. is currently just above 63%, a figure last seen in 1965.

Using simple supply and demand economics, we can easily identify the reason behind this extraordinary investment performance of rental properties: Demand.

RentSpree Announces Launch of Listing Website

June 10th, 2016

June 10, 2016

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – RentSpree, the newest force in the real estate technology sector, introduced a new listing feature on its website on June 16.

The feature allows users to browse rental property listings throughout Southern California.

RentSpree Obtains LLC License, Becomes Incorporated Company

March 26th, 2016

March 26, 2016

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – After raising $120k in funds from friends and family in January, RentSpree, an emerging real estate tech startup company, has obtained an LLC license and become an incorporated company.

Now incorporated, RentSpree will look to become the new standard of rental applications with their Universal Online Rental Application, which is set to go live later this year.

RentSpree Closes Friends And Family Round at $120k

January 15th, 2016

January 15, 2016

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – Emerging real estate technology company RentSpree has announced that it has closed its Friends and Family round of funding at $120,000.

With the funding in place, RentSpree can now begin to take the steps toward becoming the new standard method of collecting rental applications.