New York-based apartment search and ratings site Rentenna released its “Pin Boards” feature to all users today, giving apartment-hunters a powerful new tool for organizing and sharing their apartment search.
As users search Rentenna for their next apartment, they can “Pin” properties of interest onto “Pin Boards” – organizing properties into groups according to price range, neighborhood, or other factors such as amenities (e.g., “Buildings with Awesome Rooftops”) or proximity to subway lines (e.g., “Apartments near the F Train”).
Each Pin Board features a unique URL that the apartment seeker can copy with the click of a button and then share via email or social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
Rentenna is a groundbreaking interactive apartment search and comparison tool that rates rental buildings on a scale of 1-99, helping apartment seekers quickly and efficiently sort through thousands of options to find their ideal rental. Launched in New York City in 2011, Rentenna has been featured by The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Curbed, The Real Deal, NY Post, AGBeat, AM New York, NY1, The Huffington Post, BrickUnderground, and other leading media sources.