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  • Here is San Francisco's most expensive rental. It has to be seen to be believed

    Ambassador to Austria Trevor Traina is going to rent his home for $55,000 a month
    Trevor Traina, tech entrepreneur and U.S. ambassador to Austria, is listing his San Francisco home for rent. According to an article in The Wall Street Journal by Katherine Clarke, when it lists, the home will be the most expensive rental in all of San Francisco’s backbreakingly expensive rental market. This one takes the cake in more ways than one.
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  • Rentalutions rebrands as Avail

    Online rental listing, management platform rebrands itself
    Online DIY rental platform for landlords and tenants is undergoing a full-on rebranding. Rentalutions will become Avail. Rentalutions announced a full-on rebranding and will re-emerge as Avail. This rebranding falls almost exactly one year after a successful acquisition of $2 million in funding allowed the young company to expand its offerings.
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  • Meet Divvy: Startup aims to revolutionize rent-to-own

    Buyer selects property, Divvy buys home, rents it to resident while they build equity
    While rent-to-own is not a new concept in the housing market, a new real estate company is set to launch that aims to rebrand renting to own into a buyer-friendly proposition. Divvy Homes, which soft-launched two months ago, claims that its program offers consumers the flexibility of renting with the financial benefits of homeownership, all with the prospective homeowner in mind.
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  • Roofstock Series C funding boosted to $42 million by new investors

    Online marketplace for single-family rentals also passed $1 billion in transactions
    Back in October, Roofstock, an online marketplace for single-family rental home investing, announced that it raised $35 million from seven different investors in its Series C round of funding. But, more investors apparently wanted the chance to fund the platform.
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  • Facebook launches massive push into real estate listings

    New feature also “rolling out gradually” for home sales
    Zillow. Trulia. Realtor.com. Redfin. All household names in the real estate listings world, right? Well, those companies now have some serious competition from a company that boasts an audience that dwarfs all of those sites put together – Facebook. That’s right. Facebook is coming to real estate listings.
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  • RealPage continues expanding, agrees to buy On-Site for $250 million

    Acquiring leasing and marketing platform for rental properties
    This year really is turning out to be a year of expansion for RealPage, as for the fourth time in 2017, RealPage, a provider of software and data analytics to the real estate industry, announced that it is acquiring another company. RealPage announced Wednesday that it is acquiring “substantially all of the assets” of On-Site Manager for approximately $250 million in cash. That brings RealPage’s total expansion expenditures for 2017 to just shy of $700 million.
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  • Rentalutions, online platform for landlords, raises $2 million to fund expansion

    Funding will be used to automate service offerings
    Rentalutions, a Chicago-based online platform for landlords, announced this week that it plans to expand its offerings thanks to a $2 million round of funding. The company said that it plans to use the funding to add new features to “automate common time-consuming and expensive processes, including finding and screening tenants, accepting payments and managing maintenance requests.”
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  • New Arizona law removes citywide Airbnb restrictions

    Municipalities can no longer restrict short-term rentals
    Airbnb and other short-term rental websites could soon become more popular in the state of Arizona thanks to a new law that took effect on January 1. According to a report from the Arizona Daily Sun, the state’s new laws stipulate that cities, towns, and counties cannot put any restrictions on short-term rentals “simply because the property is not classified as a hotel.”
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