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Brixbid Brings Auction-Based Apartment Leasing to Chicago

Brixbid, an auction-based apartment listing platform, has launched in the Chicago market. Conceived by commercial real estate veterans who own and operate thousands of apartment units in Chicago and New York, Brixbid intends to serve both renters and landlords by offering a turnkey experience for apartment leasing transactions.
 
“Whether the market is hot or experiencing disruption, the auction-based pricing tool works to the benefit of a prospective renter and the landlords,” said James Peterson, Brixbid’s co-founder. “In an up market, renters have the option to pay more to secure a unit that is in high demand. Conversely, in a down market, where landlords might be struggling to move a unit, renters can offer a lower price.”
 
In the Chicago market, which has a large volume and variety of rental housing across distinct neighborhoods, the model works for landlords of all sizes and apartment classes, says Brixbid.

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