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Rentenna launches Green Score for every NYC...

Oct 01, 2013No Comments1075 Views

Already scoring apartments for dozens of metrics, Rentenna has added a Green Score for every apartment, so renters know how close they are to parks and farmers markets.

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Affintus helps you to make better hiring de...

Aug 13, 20131 Comment946 Views

Has this software company streamlined the hiring process saving companies thousands?

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Nestio raises $1.5 million to improve renta...

Jul 09, 20131 Comment925 Views

Nestio has announced a large round of funding that the company will use to expand their offering and hire more talent.

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Rentenna tells renters where not to live in...

Jul 06, 20132 Comments1291 Views

Rentenna has launched a Complaint Score in NYC and hopefully soon to other cities, indicating where renters should NOT live, a major twist on apartment hunting.

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Nestio Listings says it’s the first r...

Jun 19, 20131 Comment1049 Views

Nestio Listings has launched after testing for nearly six months in secret, aiming to solve some of the rental industries' top pain points.

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BlockAvenue update promotes local discussio...

Dec 10, 20122 Comments1006 Views

BlockAvenue launched earlier this year, and today announces their first major updates in an effort to bring social front and center on the site.

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Rentenna launches new interface, adds new f...

Dec 05, 20121 Comment864 Views

NYC startup, Rentenna launched last year to give every rental unit in the city a score, and has now launched a new interface as they grow from a tiny startup to a search staple.

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Zillow acquires HotPads talent, technology ...

Nov 26, 2012No Comments1063 Views

HotPads has long been a very lean startup founded just after Zillow, and with Zillow's continued acquisition spree, it is no surprise that the two have joined forces.

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Doorsteps: real estate technology startup l...

Nov 14, 2012No Comments1336 Views

After a frustrating home buying experience with a "broken" process, but a great agent, a New York woman set out to fix the process. The app was designed for real estate professionals, but buyers kept signing up,

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SpareRoom connects Superstorm Sandy victims...

Nov 12, 2012No Comments1544 Views

With no self-congratulatory press release, SpareRoom is waiving fees to match roommates in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, especially as so many are not being allowed back in their homes.

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Workflowy: organize your brain, streamline ...

Oct 25, 20122 Comments1113 Views

From collaborating on to managing tasks and projects, WorkFlowy promises to help organize your brain to keep your day streamlined and productive.

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Lovely: apartment search site goes national...

Oct 09, 20121 Comment1055 Views

With ambitions to take on the mega real estate search sites, Lovely has announced today that their rental search is now available across the nation, offering what they call "the best consumer search experience on the web."