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Insurent partners with Igluu on new portal

Insurent Lease Guaranty, the guarantor of residential leases, has partnered with New York listings disruptor, Igluu.

This new portal is on the homepage of Insurent’s website (insurent.com) and allows renters to search from thousands of available NY apartments and find those in their price ranges and in their preferred neighborhoods in buildings that accept the Insurent Lease Guaranty.

“We’re excited that our partnership with Igluu provides a seamless and superior apartment search experience for renters that can be accessed directly from our website,” said Jeffrey Geller, Insurent Vice Chairman & Chief Operating Officer.

“This will also help landlords by driving more renters to their available apartments and is part of our deep commitment to innovative solutions that help building owners and property managers reduce their vacancies, quickly close more leases, and eliminate rent loss, all at no cost to the owner.”

In less than a year Igluu.com has become one of the city’s largest residential listings platform with over 15,000 participating real estate professionals and landlords, and over 50,000 verified home listings, outperforming their more established competitors by nearly 35%.

Igluu posts only exclusive listings supplied directly from data feeds such as REBNY’s RLS, List Hub, OLR, Realty MX and RealPlus.

In addition, Igluu works with Long Island’s LIBOR, Westchester’s Hudson Gateway, Bronx MLS, Staten Island’s SIBOR and is continuously expanding it’s roster of partnerships.

Other partners include Rhino, a cash deposit alternatives, moving concierge, Moved and insurance provider, Lemonade.

Igluu’s listings update every four hours to ensure that all listed properties are still on the market. As Igluu is not a brokerage, and doesn’t profit by selling leads.

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