"We invest in innovations that meet customer needs in unique and impactful ways," said
ABODO grew out of firsthand experience with the pains of apartment hunting. After four moves while attending the
"After way too many apartment hunts, we realized that none of the listing services really represented our local market. We knew there had to be a better way to expose the true inventory available and improve upon the actual search experience at the same time," Slocum said. "We built ABODO to do just that, and finally make it easy for renters to find a great home. After testing and improving the service in multiple markets, we're ready to expand our footprint, and we're excited to be doing it with backers who understand the real estate market and share in our vision to deliver a better experience -- not just in big cities, but across the country."
In the first 12 months of operation in
"ABODO is a great example of a Midwest company that understands its markets and customers as well as, if not better than, its
"We have deep industry perspective on real estate and technology, which gave us an upper-hand in evaluating the market opportunity for ABODO," said
ABODO provides property managers with an efficient channel to reach prospective renters and fill their vacancies. "We are very happy with the leads that have been provided through ABODO," said
The company recently launched the ABODO Apartment Search iPhone app, which is available for free download on iTunes today. An Android app is expected in the near future.
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