Rentenna.com – the free, groundbreaking rental tool that condenses everything a renter would want to know about a rental building into a single score – officially launches in Chicago and Boston.
Innovative, data-driven apartment search and ratings site Rentenna.com officially launches in Chicago and Boston today. Originally based in NYC, the rental scoring start-up gained increasing momentum from its proprietary apartment-scoring algorithm, sleek interface, unique features and thousands of accurate listings.
Over the last year Rentenna has been covered in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Curbed, Crain’s New York, tens of real-estate publications and blogs, and was named to AGBeat’s “60 Genius Brands to Watch” list.
2013 has seen Rentenna.com launch its brand new module interface, a hugely popular app that allows renters to see how far away their favorite celebrities live in NYC,and a pin-board tool where renters can “Pin” properties and share user-created collections of rental buildings with their roommates.
“Listed in Businessweek and Forbes as the top rental markets in the United States and places to live in 2012 for 20-somethings, Chicago and Boston were Rentenna’s next logical choices for expansion,” explains Co-founder Alicia Schwartz. “As a result, Rentenna has over 18,000 buildings rated for Chicago and over 10,000 buildings rated for Boston at launch, with thousands of available listings live in both cities. We are excited for Rentenna to become the new rental staple for both Chicago and Boston renters.”
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. Rentenna’s unique interface delivers an immersive apartment search experience that is equal parts visually stunning and blazing fast – and unlike anything else offered on the web.