We started Rental Beast to make the rental process simple and easy for agents. Our first goal— and biggest— was to create the equivalent of the MLS for the rental market. We’ve done a pretty good job. Rental Beast agents can access to over 7 million rental listings not found in the MLS. All Rental … More Rent in Philadelphia for Under 1,600
Finding your next apartment can be a hassle. Between price ranges, neighborhoods, and making sure there’s parking, there is a whole lot to consider when finding the perfect place. Here’s why you should try using a real estate agent. … More Why you should consider using an Agent to find your next apartment
“Repurposed, remodeled, and revamped.” These words are being used more and more in the construction boom that Philadelphia is currently experiencing. Every week there seem to be new restoration and renewal projects proposed, or announced, in what are currently just dilapidated or un-used buildings. What has been fantastic to watch is the effort and time … More Recycling old buildings keeps Philly’s character intact
A recent study from the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia reported an unexpected 93% of young professionals currently living in Philadelphia said there is a good chance their next job would be in the area as well. Furthering the optimism, the same study also reported that 42% of the people who responded were homeowners … More Philadelphia, Young Professionals are staying here.
Rental properties are becoming the norm in almost every market across the United States. Those seeking a new home are making the decision to rent at an increasing rate; so much so that the supply is having difficulty keeping up with the demand. Though the market is expanding and catering to the renter, it can … More Homes you can rent in Philadelphia for $1500 right now!
In most cities it is not commonplace for apartment hunters to enlist the help of a Real Estate Agent when finding a unit to rent, however it is something consumers should absolutely take advantage of. … More Why use a Real Estate Agent when renting an apartment?