Spotahome follows a similar business model to online holiday rentals, but instead focuses on finding you a home for stays of a minimum of 30 days, dependent on city regulations. We are an 100% online booking platform, offering an exhaustive list of apartments, rooms, studios, and student residences. We’re for anyone, regardless of age or professional status.
The Spotahome experience removes the need for in-person viewings, saving both tenants and landlords time and expense. We show you real photos and high-quality videos of the property and neighbourhood. We also design floor plans and write detailed descriptions about the home and local area.
We play a pivotal role in eliminating communication and language barriers between local landlords and foreign tenants by offering excellent customer support in several languages on both sides.
We were international from the start. Our four founding partners lived all over the world before getting together to create Spotahome; they knew the hurdles and pitfalls that you need to navigate to rent a home, wherever you are.
So they formulated a question: how easy should renting a home be?
They realised two things:
The answer: renting a home should be as easy as buying your shopping online. And so, in March 2014, Spotahome was born.
To reinvent real estate. Make it transparent, instant, and exciting. Loved at last. Unreal estate.
Our dream is to make renting as simple and fast as getting a coffee. We work to teleport people into homes anywhere, so they can live the experience without being there. We connect with them. We bring the reality to them.
How do we do it?
Spotahome - 100% online booking platform for non-vacation home rentals over 30 days - is the 'Big Winner' of the 5th edition of the South Summit among more than 3,000 companies from around the world and in various sectors due to: innovation, viability and scalability in technology.
Thanks to this recognition, Spotahome can enjoy greater funding, visibility and easy access to strategic agreements or facilities for its internationalization.