RentalHomeDepot.com Now Offers Washington Metropolitan Homeowners and Renters a Way to Connect
Backed by a high-energy marketing team, RentalHomeDepot.com specializes in connecting area landlords, renters, and real estate agents in Washington, DC area.
RentalHomeDepot.com Has Launched a Website That Now Offers Washington Metropolitan Homeowners and Renters a Way to Connect.
Washington, DC February 4, 2011
When moving into the Washington Metropolitan area, securing affordable and centrally located housing is the first things that may come to mind for many renters. There’s a reason for this: rental properties in the area continue to thrive, thanks to a robust local economy and the stable job market. With the ever growing cost of transportation and time spent commuting, living closer to the Metropolitan area has become more important than ever. Now, thanks to RentalHomeDepot.com, a one-stop online marketplace, Washington Metropolitan renters, landlords and real estate agents can connect and thrive.
Launching first in Washington, DC with plans to move into New York next, RentalHomeDepot.com aims to be the hub of local home rentals activity.
“Our philosophy is simple: We’ll connect the DMV by increasing web visibility for rental homes, while keeping the cost of advertising down, and ultimately matching appropriate tenants and landlords, making the transactions easier to manage,” explained RentalHomeDepot.com founder Andre Butters. “We are lifelong residents of the Washington Metropolitan area that are jazzed up about home rentals. So now we’re asking the DMV to let our obsession with rentals translate to fewer vacant properties.”
One of only a handful of successfully run local home rental websites that allow users to post listings for free, RentallHomeDepot.com users list a multitude of various rental properties and price points in the greater Washington, DC area — from a one bedroom $1,400-a-month condo on U Street to the $4,500 a-month Penthouse atop a Penn Quarter. Those not in the market to rent in the city will also find plenty of homes outside the city, from an $1,800-a-month Upper Marlboro, MD 3 Bedroom townhouse with a yard, to $3,500-a-month 4 bedroom Arlington, VA home within minutes to the metro.
“The Washington Metropolitan rental market is very active,” stated Andre Butters, founder of RentalHomeDepot.com. “RentalHomeDepot.com gives landlords a highly visible online marketplace to list their homes and offers renters an easy-to-navigate website for viewing an ever growing supply of listings, with a wide variety of choices for the consumer”
Home owners can list their area rentals at RentHomeDepot.com. The process is quick and free, and the RentalHomeDepot.com team encourages area landlords to take advantage of the new resource.
“The RentalHomeDepot.com team is excited to bring our new listings and resources to our hometown of Washington, DC,” concluded Andre Butters. “We invite anyone interested in Washington Metropolitan area rentals to come check out RentalHomeDepot.com.”
Backed by a high-energy marketing team, RentalHomeDepot.com specializes in connecting area landlords, renters, and real estate agents in Washington, DC area. Landlords use RentalHomeDepot.com as part of a comprehensive strategy to locate renters. RentalHomeDepot.com will offer additional services as we grow our capabilities to serve you. To learn more, visit RentalHomeDepot.com