Capterra Names RentRedi an Established Player on its Property Management Software Market Shortlist

Powerhouse PropTech innovator earns coveted spot on exclusive list of industry leaders based on the popularity of its software and user ratings.

NEW YORK, NY,  May 31, 2023 — Capterra, the #1 destination for organizations to find the right software and services, has named RentRedi as an “Established Player” on its exclusive 2023 Property Management Software Shortlist. The coveted spot was given to RentRedi, an innovative cloud-based property management platform that eases the rental process for landlords and renters, based on the software’s user ratings and popularity in the PropTech market.

The Capterra Shortlist, formerly the Capterra Top 20, identifies the top products in a variety of software categories and places them on a chart that reflects nuances and preferences, allowing buyers to discover the best software for their needs. RentRedi makes an incredibly strong showing on the chart, based on high ratings that propelled it into the “Established Player” category, despite being in a crowded market where 392 products were analyzed by Capterra.

“Taking a simple idea and turning it into an automation technology that is life-changing for independent landlords, investors, and even renters has been an extremely fulfilling process,” said RentRedi Co-founder and CEO Ryan Barone. “Getting to this stage, where we are recognized as an Established Player in the PropTech market, is an exciting and critical step as RentRedi is becoming the gold standard of property management tools in the renting community.”

The idea of RentRedi was conceived when Barone was in college, after he lost out on a coveted apartment in NYC because he couldn’t gather application documents quickly enough. What began as an app for renters to easily store their application-related documents turned into a scalable, state-of-the-art platform that automates a variety of tasks for landlords, including rent collection, tenant screening, document sharing, and maintenance handling. RentRedi automates tasks on the tenant side as well, helping renters to electronically pay rent, sign leases, submit repair requests, and report on-time rent payments to TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax to improve their credit.

“Our customers are the cornerstone of our mission, so it is especially touching that their feedback and loyalty have contributed to making RentRedi a market leader,” added Barone. “We aim to give customers everything they need, and nothing they don’t, and I think that philosophy has led to this recent spate of high achievements.” 

This month RentRedi also won three TITAN Business Awards and was recognized by G2, earning three 2023 High Performer awards and one 2023 Momentum Leader award based on a high volume of rave five-star reviews from its customers. RentRedi is trusted by more than 20,000 landlords to manage their rentals seamlessly, and has more than 125,000 tenant users. 

ABOUT RENTREDI

Founded in 2016, RentRedi offers a modern, all-in-one cloud-based property management platform that has fully transformed the renting experience for both independent landlords and their renters. For landlords, RentRedi provides all-in-one web and mobile apps to collect rent, list and market vacancies, find and screen tenants, sign leases, and manage maintenance and accounting. For tenants, RentRedi’s easy-to-use mobile app allows them to pay rent, set up auto-pay, build their credit by reporting rent payments to TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax, prequalify and sign leases, and submit maintenance requests through Latchel. RentRedi has partnered with other platforms such as Zillow, REI Hub, Realtor.com, Plaid, Stripe, and Sure Insurance to create the best customer experience possible. For more information visit RentRedi.com.

The Capterra Top 20 report constitutes the subjective opinions of individual end-user reviews, ratings, and data applied against a documented methodology; they neither represent the views of, nor constitute an endorsement by, Capterra or its affiliates.