NEW YORK, NY - New York-based startup, RentalEngine.com, recently launched a public beta aimed at helping consumers discover no-fee apartments for rent in the New York City metro area. RentalEngine scours the web for valid apartment vacancies and curates the data in one convenient location. The Company’s primary goal is to remove the headache associated with NYC apartment hunting by offering consumers free access to rentable apartments offered by trustworthy sources.
NYC apartment renters constantly deal with aggravations associated with incomplete vacancy data and large broker fees,” says Justin Schuss, co-founder and CEO at RentalEngine.com. “RentalEngine will remove a lot of the confusion and grunt work by gathering usable, no-fee and fee-based apartment vacancies from many sources in one single search.”
With an easy-to-use search function, users can browse apartments in the NYC-metro area categorized be neighborhood, monthly rent, the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and amenities. For apartments of interest, RentalEngine allows a search and select management feature where consumers can add images, notes, appointments, and ratings to ease the decision-making process. Apartment hunters can also set up email alerts when listings are added that fit within selected criteria, including duration, budget, bedrooms, bathrooms, neighborhoods, amenities, and sources.
The public beta allows anyone to visit the company’s site at rentalengine.com to trial the service for free.
RentalEngine is a free online aggregator of predominantly no-fee apartment listings in the New York City metro area. Launched 2012, the Company’s mission is to help consumers discover no-fee apartments offered by trustworthy sources. RentalEngine’s goal is to offer consumers a more relevant search experience and help manage their apartment hunt in one convenient location.
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