NewYork Magazine -

NewYork Magazine - "The Art Of Roommating"

Created on 02.26.2013 10:43 pm
  The Art Of Roommating Exploring the world of platonic urban cohabitation. By S.Jhoanna Robledo     How desirable is living in New York? So desirable that 8.2 million of us cram into a mere 301 square miles, creating astronomical rents (and real-estate prices), just to be a part of it. No wonder, like it or… Read More »
The New York Times -

The New York Times - "Navigating the Rental Jungle"

Created on 07.21.2012 04:21 am
July 20, 2012  Navigating the Rental Jungle By JOSHUA BRUSTEIN Several years ago, Eric DeMenthon found himself in a position that will resonate with many New Yorkers. An apartment he had found on Craigslist fell through just as he was preparing to move in, and time was running out to find a new place. He could barely… Read More »
5in5NYC Episode 02 - 5 NYC startups you shouldn't miss!

5in5NYC Episode 02 - 5 NYC startups you shouldn't miss!

Created on 04.30.2012 05:27 pm
  5in5NYC Episode 02 – Favorly, Huntsy, InsideDigs, KoPoint, and MuckRack Posted on April 30, 2012   5in5NYC features 5 startups in 5 minutes each! 5in5NYC is a new, positive outlet for NYC startups. We feature 5 startups each week, and give them a chance to share what they’re building, answer questions, and interact with each other.… Read More »
NY Daily News -

NY Daily News - "The Closer"

Created on 03.17.2012 12:34 am
The Closer: Flips and splits of New York’s real-estate community BY JASON SHEFTELLFriday, March 16th 2012, 3:12 PM * Tired of Craigslist rental scams or bait-and-switch from some real estate agent you met online? We are, too. Sharif Fakhr was so fed up he did something about it. He launched, a website that already has more than 7,000… Read More »
Business Insider -

Business Insider - "These Are The 8 Best Sites To Find A No-Fee Apartment In NYC"

Created on 02.11.2012 08:43 pm
These Are The 8 Best Sites To Find A No-Fee Apartment In NYC Teri Karush Rogers, BrickUnderground   In a city of single-digit vacancy rates, there are some compelling reasons to pay a good real estate agent to find you a rental: You’re new in town, you’re busy, you can’t find what you want on your… Read More »
AM New York -

AM New York - "The best websites to find a no-fee apartment"

Created on 01.19.2012 11:17 am
Click To Rent! By Teri Rogers Published Thursday January 19th, 2012 Read More »
AGBeat -

AGBeat - "NYC startup InsideDigs’ peer to peer rental site to expand"

Created on 01.16.2012 10:05 pm
NYC startup InsideDigs’ peer to peer rental site to expand By Tara Steele | 2012/01/16 InsideDigs showcases off-market rentals   Much like a pocket listings site for residential listings prior to being publicly listed through the MLS, InsideDigs is a free peer to peer community for apartment hunters that are looking for information on rental listings… Read More »
UNYstartups -

UNYstartups - "Renters, Dig In- InsideDigs Has the Answers You’ve Been Looking For"

Created on 11.28.2011 09:39 pm
Renters, Dig In- InsideDigs Has the Answers You’ve Been Looking For   Kelley Eberhardt November 28, 2011 The process of moving is often cited as one of the most stressful transitions in an individual’s life. Aside from the headaches and grueling backaches from the packing process alone; the larger struggle comes when finding the perfect place.… Read More »
The Real Deal -

The Real Deal - "NYC Rental Websites Stack Up"

Created on 11.28.2011 09:22 pm
NYC rental websites stack up November 21, 2011 11:00AM At least six new New York City rental websites have launched in the last 18 months, according to Crain's, as the city's booming rental market and low vacancy rates drive prospective renters to do what they can to avoid paying broker fees that range from one month's… Read More »
Crain's NY Business -

Crain's NY Business - "Rental Websites Are Hot Properties"

Created on 11.21.2011 12:06 pm
Rental websites are hot properties Search services are in demand as New York City apartment market surges. By Amanda Fung November 20, 2011   David Repking is currently wrapping up his lease for a one-bedroom apartment on the Upper East Side for roughly $2,500 a month. After two months of browsing on and a few… Read More »