Finding a flat on rent could be hard and tiresome. With so many concerns in your mind like the neighbourhood and locality etc, it becomes even more painful. Though tenants have to go through these troubles but to ease their pain there are some listing apps where you can find a flat for rent according to your requirement.
Campizo is a real estate tech start-up focusing on solving apartment renting problems. It is based in Pune. It offers brokerage free flats and doesn’t charge any fee for its listings. The app also offers an Artificial Intelligence-based flat rating to facilitate the users to make a better choice.
Apart from this, the app offers several other features like showing the properties on the map, advanced filter options, shortlisting the property and see FAQ about flats.
NestAway offers managed apartments with standardised amenities. They also take care of the working of the amenities and other maintenance of flats. So, if you are looking for a furnished house and want a good experience throughout the stay, you can check out their app.
MagicBricks features properties posted by owners as well as brokers. You can shortlist the properties, contact them and set alert for your requirement. You can find some good brokers through the app. The app serves mainly for the property buyers but rental housing posts are there too. It enables users to contact properties for free.
99acre is also a free app for tenants. It is different than the other apps in the sense it has a large database for the property listings. 99acre give many other details also for each property e.g. kind of flooring, etc. It also has a filter option to search listings available for single men. The app serves mainly for property buyers and sellers but their rental database also has good coverage.
Nobroker offers brokerage free apartments. The app is not free and users have to buy a plan for contacting a property owner. But compared to brokerage their package is quite a good deal. All the listings provided on their app are cross-checked by their team to ensure the app is free from brokers.
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