Since launching more than a decade ago, leading rental search platform has been simplifying things for both landlords and tenants, Rentbits reports
WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. - May 6, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —
Rentbits, a pioneering rental search engine and marketing platform, announced that the company's website has surpassed 500 million rental listing page views. Since coming online over a decade ago, Rentbits has listed more than 65 million apartments and houses for rent, producing in excess of 35 million leads for property owners and managers in the process.
At the moment, there are more than 200,000 rental listings for Rentbits users to search and consider, with millions of renters actively using the service. Taken together, all of these figures confirm that Rentbits remains the clear leader in the rental search and syndication industry.
"We're proud to say that our platform has now exceeded 500 million page views," said Rentbits Chief People Officer Lisa Ray. "When our founder, Dan Daugherty, started Rentbits more than ten years ago, he knew from personal experience that there had to be a better way to list and search for rental properties. Ever since, Rentbits has been proving to property owners and renters alike that the rental process can be simpler than most realize. With more than 500 million rental listing page views now behind us, we're committed to making things even easier for our users in the future. We'd like to thank all those who have supported us over the years and who help keep Rentbits at the top of the rental search and rental syndication industry."
As of 2016, nearly three in ten Americans rent their primary residence, according to the Statista statistics aggregation service. Renters who sign leases are afforded significant protections in all states, meaning that property owners need to take great care when screening and selecting tenants. The eviction of a tenant who fails to pay rent, for instance, can cost $3,500 or more when all is said and done, according to a survey conducted by one screening service.
Would-be renters face their own challenges, with many finding the process of searching for an apartment or home to rent overly time-consuming and complex. Rentbits was founded more than ten years ago by a Google employee and real estate investor who had discovered for himself how complicated the rental process had become.
Since then, Rentbits has been simplifying renting for both landlords and renters, a mission that has positioned it firmly at the forefront of the rental listing search and syndication industry. More information is available at the Rentbits website.
Dedicated to simplifying the rental process for landlords and renters alike, Rentbits is the longtime leader in the rental listing search and syndication industry.
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