Leasebreak is the #1 free marketplace for short term rentals in NYC
NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 18, 2019
Leasebreak was named one of the best websites in 2019 for finding a "no-fee" rental apartment in NYC, while focusing on the short term rental market. The rankings were created by Brick Underground, the #1 online real estate magazine in NYC. Note that "no-fee" means the renter does not have to pay a broker fee. Any involved broker may be getting paid by the landlord.
Leasebreak ranked third on a list of the top eight "no-fee" real estate rental apartment websites in NYC. Leasebreak was outranked only by two global billion dollar business, Facebook and Craigslist.
This achievement comes on the heels of a significant upgrade to the design of Leasebreak’s website earlier this year. While Leasebreak is humbled by the publicity, Leasebreak has actually been NYC’s top platform for finding and listing short term rentals, sublets, and leasebreaks for years. Leasebreak is especially popular to renters and real estate agents looking for cheaper options, especially when renters are looking for "no-fee" rental apartment options, either on their own or through a real estate agent.
Leasebreak distinguishes itself from other NYC platforms in two main ways:
- Leasebreak is committed to being free to post and search for apartment listings, whereas many competitors have recently embraced a “pay to play” approach in NYC.
- Consistent with its core value of transparency, Leasebreak requires every single short term rental posted on its website to publicly display the exact address.
“We are humbly proud to place third in NYC among apartment rental websites, only behind behind two global billion dollar companies. I think this shows we are delivering real value to users,” says Phil Horigan, founder and owner of Leasebreak.
Leasebreak is the #1 free marketplace for shorter term rentals in NYC, including furnished sublets, short term sublets, unfurnished and furnished short term rentals, lease assignments, lease breaks, monthly rentals, and rooms for rent. Renters, brokers, and landlords can search and list apartments for free