An update on our no credit card fee Android Pay promotion

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When we launched our promotion with Stripe and Android Pay a little over two weeks ago, allowing Android users to pay rent with a credit card through Android Pay for no fee, we had no idea just how many people would sign up. Within days of the announcement, the promotion spread like wildfire across social media, blogs,... read

What D.C. Zip Codes are Paying the Most of Their Salaries in Rent?

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We all know that residents of the nation’s capital pay some of the highest rent in the country. Across the entire D.C. area right now, renters are paying around $2,050 for a one bedroom on RadPad. However, we wanted to go a step further to see which residents in the D.C. metro area are paying the highest percentage of... read

Leaving for Las Vegas? Where LA Renters Are Searching for a Move

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Aw, summertime. Barbeques, swimming and relaxing on the beach. Not a care in the world, right? You’re moving? Oh no! Never mind, you’re not alone. Turns out that the summer months are the peak months for moving and finding a new place to live. RadPad sees its highest apartment search volume from June through... read

7 Tips for Managing Money with Your Roommate

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Living with a roommate certainly has its perks, such as having someone to split the bills with. But like with any relationship, financial conflicts, if not handled proactively, can make your life miserable. Whether you’ve been living with your roomie for some time or are about to move in with a new one, use these... read

Apartment Parking On-Demand? Luxe-Friendly Listings Are Now on RadPad

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With nearly 1 million Uber rides occurring each day across the country, one may think millennial renters would have less need for amenities like parking spots or garages when on the hunt for their next apartment. However, it looks like twenty and thirty-somethings are not car-cutting as fast as they’re... read