San Francisco-based RentJuice, maker of software that connects real estate professionals and prospective renters, announced Thursday that it is expanding its services to its hometown. RentJuice is already available in a handful of other large metros: Boston, Chicago, Miami and New York.
Founded in 2009, RentJuice facilitates communication between prospective renters, brokers and property managers. The company also announced Thursday that it now has more than 1 million rental listings.
In March, the company is holding weekly "open houses" at its San Francisco headquarters to showcase its service and to train new users on its system.
Last month during the Real Estate Connect conference in New York City, David Vivero, RentJuice’s CEO, announced the launch of the service’s iPhone and iPad apps.
The expansion comes, in part, from last year’s $6.2 million venture financing, which, according to RentJuice data, also facilitated 10-fold growth in the number of real estate professionals served and number of leads generated per month over last year.