Maybe you’ve just gotten out of a relationship or you’re looking to move to a different neighborhood. Whatever the case, you’re on the search for a new apartment. But where do you go? Craigslist? (Hope you have lots of time on your hands.) Zumper has the answer.
Today at TechCrunch Disrupt SF, Zumper is coming out of private alpha and jumping into its public beta to help apartment hunters find their next great apartment in New York and San Francisco, with other cities to follow later this year. Of course it’s not all about the tenants. In fact, the landlords, property managers and brokers who are looking for ideal candidates can clear through the clutter by listing on Zumper.
Zumper CEO Anthemos Georgiades says the apartment rental process is ripe for the picking but that it won’t happen overnight: “This will take years, not months, but we’re committed to making…
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