• HomeSuite announced its "Book Now" feature that enables renters to find and secure a place in just one click.
  • All tenants are vetted through the platform, so all landlords have to worry about is making sure their money comes through each month.
  • HomeSuite says it wants to enable new renters and homebuyers to find a place after feeling confident with the neighborhood they pick.

Short-term rental housing comes with its own stresses and obstacles, so one company is aiming to make the process slightly less of a headache. HomeSuite, a short-term rental website, recently announced its one-click booking experience for renters to streamline the process of securing and booking a place.

Similar to the way hotel booking works today, HomeSuite aims to cut the lengthy short-term rental process and enable both parties to put their time and hard-earned money elsewhere.

For both landlords and renters, the new system is expected to eliminate both hassle and money wasted. Because all tenants are vetted through the site, the landlord has little to do if they opt to rent units through the “Book Now” feature. Once units are rented, landlords just receive payments each month.

Since many renters are coming from out of state, the website enables a photo-heavy page so that future tenants can get a real grasp on a space without physically being there. And for the landlords, no walkthroughs means more time to do other things that matter.


“We’ve looked forward to offering and perfecting this function since we first launched in January of 2015,” HomeSuite founder and CEO David Adams said in a statement. “The ease of use mirrors booking a hotel online, with both the tenant and landlord guaranteed satisfaction. It’s the proverbial ‘win-win,’ and we’re confident this solution will resonate throughout the real estate rental industry.”

The website features thousands of fully furnished apartments throughout the nation to offer buyers and renters moving from afar the opportunity to ensure their neighborhood decision is the right one. Short-term rentals on the site are available for at least 30 days.

HomeSuite is currently active in major metro areas, including New York City, the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington D.C., Seattle and Boston, and it has plans to expand into Houston, San Diego and Dallas in the near future.

Email Kimberly Manning

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