Tech firm expands renting app to Canada

by Steve Randall03 Oct 2018

A technology firm hopes it has the answer to the needs of today’s landlords and renters with its blockchain-enabled platform.

San Francisco-headquartered Rentberry says that its platform streamlines processes for the long-term rental market and has announced international expansion.

It says that it expects rapid growth to be seen first in Canada, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand.

The platform, which also includes mobile apps for iOS and Android, includes landlord verification, free tenant applications, and verified listings.

Since its launch in the US, Rentberry has partnered with real estate listing firms to bring more properties to the platform.

The firm has also created its own cryptocurrency, the BERRY token, to allow users to make secure payments and execute faster transactions.

“We genuinely believe that our unique approach and technology can change the way tenants and landlords interact worldwide. Our main goal is to make the home rental process as easy as buying a cup of coffee. The iOS and Android applications will allow landlords to list and tenants to rent properties on the go. Since we operate worldwide now, you can rent a place anywhere. Literally.” — Alex Lubinsky, Rentberry CEO.

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