ZeroDown, a Bay Area startup, launches new rent-to-own service

ZeroDown, a new Bay Area startup, is offering prospective homebuyers a path to ownership without having to put any money down.

Divvy can now pre-approve rent-to-own customers in 15 minutes

Rent-to-own startup Divvy unveiled a new, streamlined service Thursday that pre-approves would-be homeowners in as little as 15 minutes.

Disruptor Roundup: Divvy Takes on Rent-to-Own

Editor’s Note: The Disruptor Roundup analyzes companies implementing unconventional models. Divvy This tech-powered, rent-to-own platform was launched at the end of 2017, and provides consumers with the ability to transition from renting to homeownership with a three-year program that amasses a down payment within its required monthly payments. Currently available in Atlanta, Cleveland and Memphis, […]

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How much home the rent buys in the 40 most expensive US cities

In March, Free and Clear released our first analysis of how much home you could buy based on the median rent in the 20 most expensive U.S. cities. The analysis sparked a lot of interest and touched upon important issues such as sky rocketing rents and …