RadPad's a renter-driven mobile marketplace for Millennial renters that enables them to easily search and discover the most real-time inventory of apartments and homes for rent, seamlessly apply for and get their apartment and pay rent with a debit or credit card.RadPad launched in January 2013 in Los Angeles and since has become the largest rental service in the LA Metro Area. In 2014, RadPad expanded to aggressively focus on Chicago and Washington, D.C. and is available nationwide.The company of fourteen employees has turned down three acquisition offers, choosing to remain independent.RadPad has been featured in the LA Times, Huffington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, Business Insider, Buzz Feed and regularly appears on CNBC, FOX News and NBC News.

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April 22, 2015
Type: funding
Investors: Brick & Mortar Ventures, Goldcrest Investments, Brendan Wallace, Altpoint Ventures, Grey Wolf, Otter Rock Capital
August 12, 2014
Type: funding
Investors: Happy Walters, Justin Fishner-Wolfson, Michael Huffington, Mike Jones, QueensBridge Venture Partners, SGVC
March 18, 2014
Type: funding
Investors: Deep Fork Capital, Post Investments, Michael Huffington, Brian Lee
November 06, 2013
Type: funding
Investors: Deep Fork Capital
May 30, 2013
Type: funding
Investors: Chris Ovitz, Thomas McInerney, Amplify L.A.


Website: onradpad.com
Founded: 2012
Funding: $13M
Type: Technology Company
Industries: Real Estate, Technology

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