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The Biggest “Rental” Platform You’ve Never Heard Of

by Drew Meyers on 9:15 am March 21, 2017

AirBnB. Okay, okay. You’ve likely heard of them. Unless you’ve been under a rock for the past 10 years. But you don’t think of them as a long term rentals company/product. If you’re like the rest of the world, you think of them as a travel company. For years, they’ve been one field in their database away from being one of the largest rental platforms in the world. A couple weeks ago, there was a Bloomberg article referring to their potential expansion into long term … Read More »

Know Someone Who Needs a Roommate, or Seeking to Sublet their Place for the Summer?

by Drew Meyers on 9:22 pm June 1, 2016

I mentioned in March Horizon now supports sublet opportunities. This morning, we shipped an incredibly important update to Horizon’s iOS — the ability to actually find those sublets. You can now sort your city results by accommodation type (which includes a sublet filter). Efficiently finding hosts with the right type of accommodations has been our app’s biggest weakness since we launched. Would love your thoughts on the intuitiveness of the filters. If you search in Seattle you should find one or two sublets. Our next big challenge is getting some … Read More »

Horizon’s Android Version is Now Available

by Drew Meyers on 11:22 am April 26, 2016

I’ve alluded to the fact we’ve been working on and testing an Android version of Horizon. Today, I’m excited to be able to announce we’ve released a public Android beta on Product Hunt — with full support for posting and filtering to find sublets. Would love your support with a download, and a comment. Especially if you use an Android device, please head over now…

Horizon Now Supports Advertising Sublets

by Drew Meyers on 1:48 pm March 22, 2016

We recently released a big update to Horizon’s iOS offering that allows hosts (aka owners) to post sublet opportunities. For those looking to find a tenant for a sublet, here’s the current workflow: Post on Facebook….wait. Post on Twitter…wait. Post in private/secret Facebook groups you belong to…wait. Post on Facebook again…wait. Get fed up and post on Craigslist, knowing you’re going to have to deal with inquires from random strangers & interview them (aka “speed date”). Yes, there is a better way. We view Horizon as … Read More »

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