Apartment Hunting Is A Drag, But Blockchain Tech Can Change That

Looking for a new apartment can be an arduous, patience-testing task. But it doesn't have to be anymore.
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When it's time to find a place to rent, all sorts of issues can come up. Whether it's high prices, crazy landlords, piles of documents or just finding your dream location. It can take weeks or sometimes months to find what fits your needs. What's more important - you are leaving a veritable trail of personal data at every stage of your search.
The Battle Begins With Search
There are plenty of things to consider before you even start looking for an apartment or rental home. However, deciding what you want is just the first step. After you determine how much you are willing to pay for rent, utilities, deposits, and so on, you will probably turn to the Internet.

According to a US study, 72% of people search for an apartment online. Even 87% of those working with a real estate agent perform online searches on their own. The problem is that most of these rental portals are overcrowded with either agency listings or properties that won't meet your needs. That's why it's time to shake things up.

BitClave Active Search Ecosystem (BASE) will allow potential tenants to upload their personal data such as income, personal references, bank account details, driver's license numbers, and even credit score information. It will then be encrypted and anonymized in one account. You can choose to anonymously share pieces of information with potential landlords, who can then contact you based on your preferences and information provide.

And that's all without sharing critical information that in California, for example, might fall under protection via anti-discrimination laws. That information could be related to your race or ethnicity, marital status, gender identity, and so on. BitClave helps both landlords and tenants avoid the pitfalls of many potential legal issues.
Making Real Estate Rentals Easier For All
What's more important though, is that BitClave cannot access your data without permission. This means there are no third-parties involved, and you can connect with your landlord directly by responding to an offer fitted specifically to your needs and within your budget. This kind of freedom and flexibility is possible only through blockchain technology that's protected by encryption that the BASE ecosystem provides. BASE eliminates irrelevant ads and saves time by providing you with exactly what you are looking for.

Why not make rental searches actually secure and time-efficient? Join us and find your dream home now!