Employees Are Paying THIS Much to Live Next to Unicorns in S.F.

By RadPad on

Let’s face it — Silicon Valley was once the only place techies and startups flocked to to be part of the world's hippest tech firms. After all, it's the region that gave birth to all-conquering unicorns like Google and Apple. But the times, they are a-changin’. In a nod to the trend that more and more young tech... read

RadPad goes around the world with the U.S. Army

By Craig Chester on

Meet Sam Nelson. Sam was one of the very first ‘RadReps’ in Washington, D.C. As a rep he was a local brand ambassador that helped spread the RadPad love in cities across the country. Sam Joined RadPad in August 2013 and was an important part of our growth in the D.C. area over the past year. He helped organize... read

We Know What Renters Want – But do we Know Why?

By RadPad on

When you were looking for a new apartment, you most definitely had some ‘must have’ features in mind - and probably more than a couple deal breakers too, amirite? From the obvious, like a super convenient location, the right number of rooms and allowing your pooch to come along - to the outright bizarre and... read

Reactive RadPad

By Adam Schuld on

RadPad made the switch to Facebook-created React.js framework and Flux architecture for our experience of "Finding a Pad". At RadPad, we are always trying to improve the process of finding a home to rent and React/Flux aligned with our main technical goals. It was a 3 month journey to transition our Angular framework... read

How RadPad is using bad data to help you find your next apartment.

By Jonathan Eppers on

In the spring of 2012, I started looking for a new place to live. Not because I didn’t like my current apartment, I actually lived in this really awesome condo in the heart of West Hollywood. It also had nothing to do with my landlord, whom I had become good friends with while renting from him over five years. I wanted... read

Bringing People in to RadPad. We’re betting our future on it.

By Jonathan Eppers on

Today is a major day in RadPad’s history. We launched a feature that not only am I very, very excited about, but that sets the stage for the future of RadPad. Today is the first day we’re introducing People to RadPad. Huh? You ask. Renting is a lonely experience for most people. Unless you have a roommate... read