In an effort to provide relief for those impacted by Hurricane Ian, RentSpree will waive application fees for victims who need to rent property as a result of forced evacuation and/or property damage from the storm.
Hurricane Ian made landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast on Wednesday, September 28th.
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the activation of 5,000 National Guardsmen from Florida plus an additional 2,000 from neighboring states along with five urban search and rescue teams. You can find Gov. Ron DeSantis's updates on the hurricane here.
President Joe Biden declared an emergency and authorized the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency in order to help coordinate disaster relief and to provide assistance to protect lives and property.
For any agent, owner, or landlord working with those displaced due to evacuation or property damage from the hurricane, RentSpree will refund any application fees processed by RentSpree as victims seek rental housing*. Please have applicants call (323-515-7757) or email [email protected] after submitting an application through RentSpree.
You can also donate directly to the American Red Cross to support disaster relief efforts.
The RentSpree team offers our sincerest condolences to those families that have been impacted by Hurricane Ian.
*Offer valid for claims made on or before 12/31/22 Only fees paid directly to RentSpree are eligible for reimbursement.