Urban Edge In the News

Since we launched, Urban Edge has received a lot of mentions in the press (all good!). Check out what everyone else is saying about us in the articles below.

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I’ll Be Home for Christmas? Apartment Listings For Sandy Refugees Are Live
Excerpt from the article: “Urban Edge will twice a week be providing FEMA with updated no fee apartment listings from our extensive list of owners and property managers,” said Urban Edge vice...
Information for Owners Who Wish to Help Families Displaced by Hurricane Sandy
Excerpt from the article: RSA has teamed up with Urban Edge,which has created a special Hurricane Sandy Disaster Housing Guide, to provide an opportunity for owners to list vacant apartments, at no...
Hurricane Sandy victims will get priority placement for vacant units
Excerpt from the article: The listings will go live this week on Urban Edge, a site for no-fee listings. To read the entire article, click on the link below:
How to Win the Battle for an Apartment
Excerpt from the article: While tight conditions will cause many current renters to stay put, “on the other side, there will be people who are forced to move because they can’t afford the [rent]...
Guerrilla Guide to Finding a No-Fee Apartment in NYC (Part 1): The 5 Best Websites
Excerpt from the article: According to our D.R.E.'s, these are the 5 best places to search online for “no fee” and/or “by owner” listings in NYC: StreetEasy, The New York Times, Craigslist, NYbits....
Got Screwed on Your Last Apartment?
Excerpt from the article: Of course, with a ubiquitous problem, you will see multiple solutions: there is plenty of competition. There are the obvious—sites like Craigslist, Streeteasy and trusty...
Get yer rental concessions here!
Excerpt from the article: Amid rumors about the imminent extinction of rental concessions, we would like to remind you that our friends at the no-fee apartment search site UrbanEdgeNY maintain a...
FEMA Teams with two NY Websites for Listings
Excerpt from the article: "The important thing is to get the available apartments out in front of as many people who need housing as possible," Urban Edge vice president Mark Sperry said in an email...
Deal struck on housing for NYC storm victims
Excerpt from the article: The Journal says some details haven't been finalized. But apartment listings are expected to go live this week on Urban Edge, a no-fee apartment listing website. To read the...
Deal on Sandy Housing
Excerpt from the article: Urban Edge already has a page for landlords to advertise apartments for Sandy victims created shortly after the storm. It has about 25 listings, ranging from one bedrooms...
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