New York, NY, March 19, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The innovative apartment rental startup, HomeSwipe has been announced as one of the companies selected to exhibit at leading startup and investor event, Collision, when it takes place in Las Vegas May 5 to 6, 2015.
HomeSwipe, which has been described as “Tinder for apartments,” delivers New York’s most accurate and complete database of rental listings by means of an intuitive swipe interface. By swiping left, users “pass” on an apartment, while swiping saves apartments to their favorites. Users can also fine tune their search with additional filters and connect to an agent with the tap of a button.
The goal of HomeSwipe’s founders is no less than to revolutionize the way people search for apartments—by empowering both agents and renters with high quality technology, accurate information and effective communication channels. Available as a free download for both iOS and Android, HomeSwipe enables renters to search for and share NYC rental apartments throughout the five boroughs. When they’ve located their perfect apartment they can tap the “Request an Agent” button to be connected to an agent in real time.
Now in its second year in the U.S., Collision showcases some of the most innovative startups active in technology today. The conference has gained a reputation as a meeting place for those who are developing the companies of tomorrow and those managing the best companies of today. Collision offers a glimpse into the technologies that will shape our daily lives in the near future.
HomeSwipe’s CEO Michael Lisovetsky said he was looking forward to attending the Collision Conference: “Collision is a gathering of some of the most ground-breaking ideas and approaches in technology today; it’s a fantastic opportunity for start-ups to showcase their work. We’re very excited to be attending and participating.” He added that HomeSwipe has been developed to make finding the best apartment not only faster and simpler but also fun: “Our aim with HomeSwipe is to change how people think about real estate. Right now, websites like Craigslist are often where people turn when they need to find a rental apartment, but looking for a new home shouldn’t have to mean dealing with clunky interfaces and out-of-date listings. We want to change that with our mobile-first approach, in which all the information they need is just a few taps away.”