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Jump to: navigation, search is a free national[which?] rental search engine. Started in 2008 by ex-googlers,[1] rentBits actively crawls the web and is fed listing information from various rental sources including rental sites, classifieds sites, associations, property manager websites and newspapers. is the sister site of Rent Marketer.


rentBits was founded in 2008 by Dan Daugherty, Tim Moynihan, Dariusz Rakowicz and Lisa Ray. Developed to solve the rental search problem of searching across multiple sites. rentBits currently has over 500,000 active rental apartments and homes for rent.[2]

Other features[edit]

Other features of the company include an average rental rates tool and a blog called Rental News.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Life After Google
  2. ^ rentBits Traffic Increases 300%