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A new breed of apartment rental company finds success when match making strategies combine with standard-setting customer services. Rentals Gone Wild is poised to change the way the business is done
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) February 11, 2014
Yes, it is true, this apartment rental company has the best name in the business. Bar none. It is also important to note that Rentals Gone Wild is not just an apartment finding site. Thanks to their Moving Center, they help their customers find a roommate, prepare tours, locate a tasty meal, rent furniture, and yes, find a date. The best way to describe this company is by combining match making services with apartment head hunters. What do we get when that happensapartment head hunters who work overtime to get us exactly what we are looking for.
In short, you get Rentals Gone Wild.
Thanks to Rentals Gone Wild, now all the hours apartment hunting, comparing websites, coordinating the moving service and so on that the moving process usually entails is being put under one roof. The business model Rentals Gone Wild touts is a new breed of consumer accommodation designed to remedy the stress of relocation, and it is virtually taking all the sweat out of moving. In fact, the company with the best name in the business prefers the term rental concierge.
We offer to sift through everything on craigslist, apartment specials, work after apartments close at 5:30, coordinate movers, and do it all for free, says co-founder Blake Van Leer. Right now there is not one company dedicated solely to match making renters with landlords.
And yet, there is another reason to give Rentals Gone Wild a call or visit their site. According to Alexandrias Delta Associates Inc., a real-estate research firm, rental rates in the D.C. area have gone down .8 percent over the previous 12 months. This rate decrease is the first year-over-year decrease since 2009. For example, rates increased an astonishing 8% in 2010, and a tremendous 14% in Northwest D.C. The report also found that the expected new 17,188 units to be built over the next 12 months has fallen to 8,486 units. The good news to renters is that deals to get a signature on the dotted line may be getting sweeter.
Though Rentals Gone Wild has its roots in the Washington D.C. area--the company was launched in 2009--it has since extended its influence to Virginia, Atlanta and Maryland. Each month the company adds more cities to its roster.
There is another reason why Rentals Gone Wild is going to extend its market influence in the futureAmericans are moving across the country with more frequency than at any time in history. According to the United States Census Bureau, beginning at age 18 a person can be expected to move around 9 times in their life. Suffice it to say that thanks to companies like these, the moving process is becoming much easier. And, to rehash the old saying, with Rentals Gone Wild one may find their match.
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