A Fee Free Rental Platform

A Fee Free Rental Platform

[Note from editor: The “Mastermind Showcase” highlights companies and news from members of the GEM. Today’s showcase: Dwellsy]With rent prices getting higher than most tenants can keep up and an application process for good units that feels more like applying for a job than a place to live, renting these days is tough. Before even having to afford, apply, get approved for, and move into a new place tenants need to find it, preferably without pay-to-play search results.

Enter Dwellsy, a residential home rental platform that provides renters with verified results and lets owners list unlimited rentals with no lead, lease, or listing fees. Free of paid placements, renters are able to quickly find all the rentals meeting their exact search preferences and requirements. Dwellsy Direct is geared for owners listing their own properties, with 1-4 vacancies at a time, and are not an agent or broker. Meanwhile, Dwellsy Feed is for professional property managers using software like Appfolio, Yardi, or Entrata with 5+ vacancies at a time, and handles multi-family, student, or senior rental housing. Dwellsy Edge is an annual subscription service giving renters early access to listing, a moving concierge, SafeSearch protection, advanced search options, and a free dog walk for $19.99.

What we like: No listing fees saves renters time and creates a level playing field for property owners. 

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