Spot Easy has come a long way since February. In the past five months, we've nearly quadrupled in user traffic. We have been working hard to create a reliable environment to browse verified apartments, and enjoy the city of Boston along the way. Our goal is for you to find an apartment, and since we are local to Boston, we love engaging with the community. We asked on our Instagram story what you want to know about our platform, and today we're answering all of your questions.
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When apartment hunting, especially in the busy city of Boston, it's important to have a wide selection of choices. Whether it be the agent you work with, or the way you browse our site, we strive to provide exceptional listings, with valued agents ready to provide you with an apartment.
Spot Easy wants to do more than change the rental industry: we aim to empower all Spot Easy users including renters, agents, landlords and Boston brokerages. That's why today, we're highlighting 10 brokerages who use and love Spot Easy.
While Boston may be one of the most expensive cities to reside in the United States (third highest city to rent in, to be specific) it isn't all penthouses and rooftop lounges. Boston real estate is like no other, and every apartment you find will be unique, priced differently, and have its own character. If you are planning to move to the city of Boston, here's all of our tips and tricks for making the process easy, inexpensive and enjoyable.
Spot Easy began its journey as a start-up rental platform in February 2021. We introduced our platform through The Birth of Spot Easy, but since then, many things have changed. I sat down with CEO Joel Mundele and Vice President Ken Mahan to discuss how the company has begun to flourish, what they're doing now, and what's to come.
So many people wonder, “why bother working with a real estate agent? I can browse sites myself and email landlords directly, right?”
Do you have a small bedroom or share with a roommate? Are you struggling with storage? You’ve come to the right place!
It’s been over 13 months since the United States went into lockdown due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Since the state began rolling out vaccines, Massachusetts has released over five million doses, and now over 30%* of the state is fully vaccinated. But what does this mean for Boston exactly?
I hope you are excited to find your own rental, it’s an experience of freedom like no other. Please don’t stress during this process. Patience is all you need, as well as knowing what you need in an apartment (which we’ll get to, don’t worry).
After over a decade in the industry, two rental managers watched agents and landlords fight over listings. Renters felt intimidated and discouraged, and the cost of listing an apartment rose too high; the renting system in Boston was broken.