Renting a 1-bedroom apartment near the ‘L’ in Chicago

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As we celebrate Halloween on Friday and walk into November on Saturday, it’s hard to believe we’re that much closer to the winter months. You can already feel it as the days get shorter and the nights get longer. You know what this means right? In Chicago it means packed CTA cars on ‘L’ as not a single one of us... read

Living in Washington, D.C.? Here’s what it’ll cost you

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Metro is quickly becoming the most popular way to get to and from work in D.C., especially with the addition of the Silver Line. We decided to take a look at what apartments rent for near the most popular metro stops. Hey, even we were curious to know what it’ll cost to live in the nations capital. While anyone that... read

Our thoughts on paying your rent with a credit card

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A few days ago we released a new feature called Pay with RadPad that enables renters to pay their rent using a credit or debit card. We’re very excited about this feature because it gives renters more convenience and options for paying their rent on time, every month. First, some renting facts: Over 90% of all... read

We made a rap video: ‘Here Goes the Neighborhood’

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We do things a bit differently at RadPad - like make rap videos when we’re not busy building new features. Introducing the world premier of ‘Here Goes the Neighborhood.’ Join Brad aka Master B-Rad (Abrams Artists’ Bret Green) as he moves out of his parent’s house, fights off scammers, and... read

These are the Top 10 Up-And-Coming Neighborhoods in Los Angeles right now!

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So you want to live in Los Angeles but you don’t want to pay the absurd rental prices that come with living in some of the most popular neighborhoods like Santa Monica, Malibu, West Hollywood, Hollywood and Downtown? With the median price of 1-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles hovering around $1,700/month, we’ve... read

The Top 10 Most Expensive Rental Cities in the US

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We spend a lot of time looking at apartment rentals. A lot. And if you’ve rented in the past year then your bank account’s already feeling the pain. So which of us are paying the most? We got back together with our friends over at RentMetrics and looked at hundreds of thousands of one and two bedroom apartments... read

What it’ll cost you to live in Los Angeles

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Ever wondered what it might cost you to move to the city of Angeles? We’ve partnered with our friends at MyFOX LA to help renters better navigate the second most competitive rental market in the entire country! With vacancy rates under 3% in Los Angeles (that means 97% of all the apartments in LA are rented!),... read

A neighborhood-by-neighborhood breakdown of rent prices in Los Angeles

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Ever wondered what it would cost you to live in the second largest rental market in the country? We’re talking about a city where the grass is always greener, the girls so hot they’ll met your popsicles. The city of Angeles, Los Angeles, California. Our team, in partnership with the guys at RentMetrics.com,... read

6 Ways to Make Your Apartment Feel Bigger

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Looking to make a room in your place feel bigger than it actually is? Dealing with small spaces is a common issue for the urban dweller, but luckily there are lots of easy and inexpensive solutions to help your space feel grand. Check out these 6 tips for making a small space feel big. 1. Use mirrors - Large mirrors can do... read

RadPad Profiled in the Los Angeles Business Journal

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We are pleased to announce that Natalie Jarvey of the Los Angeles Business Journal ran a story on our founder, Jonathan Eppers, and the story behind RadPad. The article also featured juicy tidbits on our plans moving forward! Read the story here and please share this with friends who may be looking to make a move in Los... read