RadPad was a company I co-founded with two friends back in 2012. At the time, it was one of the first photo-based rental apps which was a huge differentiator compared to other primarily text-based marketplaces. We grew the team to over 44 people, and raised $14 million from investors who believed in our mission.
We built an industry-leading platform for renters and landlords to interact completely through their phones. Listing quality was insanely high because we checked every single listing and had a minimum photo requirement (again, things were not typically done this way in the rental space). You could find an apartment/house, apply with a RadPad-provided TransUnion credit report, sign your lease, and pay your rent all in the same place.
Apple is bullish on RadPad — it actually took the startup to its Cupertino headquarters ahead of the official Apple Pay launch to show them what they were up to.
— Business Insider
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