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Immediate Rent connects landlords and tenants as well as service providers and service consumers in one place.
We have developed a highly scalable and innovative ecosystem where people can easily find rent and services.
You have to sign in to list your property, place ads, edit them, save the properties and ads in your favorites, work with your cryptocurrency wallets. All these features are shown in the dropdown list, you can see it once you log in.
You can make a search and see the ads as well as use exchange without having an account. You can also report a mistake, send us an email, donate and volunteer without sign in.
There are no Registration and no Membership fees. There are No Credit Card or Bank Required information to create an account on Immediate Rent. We are asking service fee for multi-unit listings. Please see more details in "Prices and My Balance" section.
For "mom-and-pop" shops it is free. Asking for a small payment if you have Multi-Unit Listings. You can see all details when you Sign Up.
Yes, you can contact a landlord and/or service provider directly using the contacts from the listing or ad.
1) Click on Sign Up on the top right corner of www.immediate.rent
2) Enter contact information including: First and Last name, email address, date of birth, create your password, use checkbox if you agree to receive communications from Immediate Rent, and press Sign Up button.
3) Your email is your login.
4) Alternatively you can use social network credentials (Facebook or Google) in the upper part of Sign Up form to login.
1) Click on Log in button.
2) Enter the login name (the email your provided during Sign Up) and your password.
3 )You can see you password using the eye icon button at the password field.
4) If you registered with your social network account use one of the buttons on the top of Log In form.
Select Log Out option – the last option in drop down list (to open the drop down click on picture button in the top right corner).
Yes, please enter your real name. You need it in case you have to prove that you are the real owner of the account.
Only If your friend or another family member gave permissions to use it. If you contact Support you have to answer security questions.
Yes, you can create multiple accounts if you believe you need them.
After you log in you will see an icon in the top-right corner. If you click it there is a dropdown list with several options including Edit Profile. Use it to change your personal information.
Log in, click on “List a Property” if you want to list your rental property, or “Post Ad” if you want to post your ad in Classifieds area.
Log in, click on the picture in the top right and open My Properties or My Ads. Then click on Edit button to change your listing or ad info. Click Save button to keep all your changes.
Log in. Go to My Properties (or My Ads), open the one you want to remove and click Delete.
Log in. Once you see the property or classified you like, click on the heart icon. You can find all your favorites under drop down menu (the blue ribbon) in “My Favorite Properties” or “My Favorite Ads”
Log in. Go to My Favorite Properties (or Ads), open the one you want to remove and click the unselect icon.
Click on Log In button in the top right corner to open the Log In form, find Forgot Password (right above the Log In button), click on the button to provide your e-mail and we will send you a temporary password to your email. Please check your Spam folder.
If you have difficulties, please send us an email using form on Contact Us webpage.
Please send us an email using form on Contact Us webpage.
Your info cannot be published if it contains words, phrases or pictures that violate TermsAndPrivacy as well as your local laws. Immediate Rent also reserves the right to reject any listings or ads at its own discretion if we find the info inappropriate, immoral or not in line with the purposes of this website. Immediate Rent has the rights to remove your ad without any explanations.
Simply click on Contact Us link in the footer to send us an e-mail (no need to login). If you have an account with us then log in, click on the picture in the top right and select Customer Support from the drop-down list.
We are active in FB, Twitter, Telegram, Instagram and LinkedIn as well as other Social Media websites. The links are provided in the bottom right corner.
On the Social Media webpage you can find a link which displays all your rental properties as well as ImmedaiteRent logo. You can download Immediate Rent logo and place it on your website. Please set href HTML parameter which provides link to your properties.
Please let us know if you need a hand to implement Immediate Rent logo on your website. It is a FREE complimentary service.
Any tax liabilities which might arise as a result of your activity on this website is your complete responsibility. Immediate Rent does not withdraw taxes from your earnings and does not send any forms to our clients or any agencies. Please consult a tax adviser on how to report your earnings from your property listings and ads. And finally, no matter where you live, you are responsible for reporting any earnings as required by your local laws and pay taxes accordingly.
A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency designed to work as a medium of exchange. It uses cryptography to secure and verify transactions as well as to control the creation of new units of a particular cryptocurrency. Essentially, cryptocurrencies are limited entries in a database that no one can change unless specific conditions are fulfilled. A cryptocurrency is difficult to counterfeit because of this security feature.

Many cryptocurrencies are decentralized systems based on blockchain technology, a distributed ledger enforced by a disparate network of computers.

A cryptocurrency is not issued by any central authority, rendering it theoretically immune to government interference or manipulation.
Blockchain is a distributed database existing on multiple computers at the same time. It is constantly growing as new sets of recordings, or ‘blocks’, are added to it. A block is a record of a new transaction. When a block is completed, it’s added to the chain. Each block contains a timestamp and a link to the previous block, so they actually form a chain. The information is constantly reconciled into the database, which is stored in multiple locations and updated instantly. That means the records are public and verifiable. Since there’s no central location, it harder to hack since the info exists simultaneously in millions of places. The database is not managed by any particular body; instead, everyone in the network gets a copy of the whole database. Old blocks are preserved forever and new blocks are added to the ledger irreversibly, making it impossible to manipulate by faking documents, transactions and other information.

All blocks are encrypted in a special way, so everyone can have access to all the information but only a user who owns a special cryptographic key is able to add a new record to a particular chain. As long as you remain the only person who knows the key, no one can manipulate your transactions. In addition, cryptography is used to guarantee synchronization of copies of the blockchain on each computer (or node) in the network.

You can think of blockchain as a digital medical record: every record is a block which has a label stating the date and time when the record was entered. The medical history is extremely important for diagnosis and treatment purposes, so neither the doctor nor the patient should be able to modify the records already made. Nevertheless, the doctor owns a private key that allows him to make new records, and the patient owns a public key that allows him to access the records anytime. This method makes the data both accessible and secure.
The first blockchain-based cryptocurrency was Bitcoin, which still remains the most popular and most valuable.

Each Bitcoin is basically a computer file which is stored in a 'digital wallet' app on a smartphone or computer or external hardware. People can send Bitcoins (or part of one) to your digital wallet, and you can send Bitcoins to other people. Every single transaction is recorded in a public list called the blockchain.

Today, there are thousands of alternate cryptocurrencies (altcoins) with various functions or specifications
The currencies modeled after bitcoin are collectively called altcoins (i.e. alternatives to bitcoin), for example, ether, ripple, zcash, monero and dash, to name just a few. Altcoins are created by diverging from Bitcoin consensus rules (the fundamental rules of the cryptocurrency’s network) or by developing a new cryptocurrency from scratch. The Bitcoin model is relatively easy to follow because Bitcoin is a free, open source platform.

Altcoins can differ from Bitcoin in a range of ways. Some have a different economic model or a different coin-distribution method, the number of coins paid out per new block mined. Others employ different policies for coin mining, proof-of-work mining algorithms, perhaps to resist specialized mining hardware — or maybe they don’t even rely on proof of work at all. Several altcoins offer a more versatile programming language to build applications on top of, while others offer more privacy compared to Bitcoin. Some altcoins have different monetary policy rules built into the currency to encourage different uses and treatment. Policies such as minimum spend, or positive or negative interest on coins stored, can encourage or discourage hoarding.

However, there are also many altcoins that don’t do much interesting and offer no benefit over Bitcoin at all.
Ethereum. Ethereum is second to Bitcoin in market size. The essence of Ethereum is that it is a blockchain technology designed to operate “smart contracts”, which are computer protocols intended to facilitate, verify, or enforce the negotiation or performance of a contract. The way to think of Ethereum is as a currency for business contracts over the internet, as opposed to Bitcoin which aims to be more of a store of value and generalized means of exchange. The amazing thing about “smart contracts” is that they are self-policing: the contracts are automatically voided when one party fails to fulfill their obligation.
In other ways, Ethereum is functionally similar to Bitcoin.

Ripple. Ripple is quite different than Bitcoin and Ethereum, having a more corporate image and backing, and is really a decentralized transaction network verified by consensus rather than a straightforward cryptocurrency. It was developed as a fast and cheap real-time settlement system, and it can verify transactions in a few seconds, much faster than any other cryptocurrency. It is already used by several major banks, who consider it a more secure system than Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Its native currency is the “Ripple”, but it can support any unit of value, whether traditional currency such as the U.S. dollar or even airmiles or other tokens.

Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin Cash is not Bitcoin! It’s an offshoot of Bitcoin, but it is mined and otherwise functions in the same way as Bitcoin.

Litecoin. Litecoin is another offshoot of Bitcoin. Its operation is nearly identical to Bitcoin’s in every way, except it has always had a much faster processing speed.

These are only several examples, there have been about 500 altcoins created since Bitcoin’s inception.
Nowadays you can find an ATM where you can purchase Bitcoin by using cash or debit card. Some Bitcoin ATMs offer bi-directional functionality enabling both the purchase of Bitcoin as well as the sale of Bitcoin for cash.

There are two main types of Bitcoin machines: cash kiosks and ATMs. Both types are connected to the Internet, allowing for cash or debit card payment, respectively, delivering cash in exchange for Bitcoins or by moving money to a public key on the blockchain.

Bitcoin cash kiosks look like traditional ATMs, but do not connect to a bank account and instead connect the user directly to a Bitcoin exchange. Bitcoin-enabled ATMs are traditional ATMs and connect to a bank account to allow for a cashless purchase of bitcoin.
A cryptocurrency wallet is a digital place for your coins to be stored. On a basic, non-technical level, it looks like a desktop or mobile application, a web site or a piece of hardware. Each coin has a certain wallet provider. The wallet address represents a randomly generated combination of digits and letters. To exchange cryptocurrencies, you need to have a cryptocurrency wallet address.

For example, Bitcoin wallet is a software program where Bitcoins are stored. To be technically accurate, Bitcoins are not stored anywhere, there is a private key (secret number) for every Bitcoin address that is saved in the Bitcoin wallet of the person who owns the balance.
Just figure out what coin you want to buy and seek a stable wallet version. As a rule, each coin has its official wallet client.

For example, if you want a Bitcoin wallet, just go to bitcoin.org, find the wallets page and choose the type of wallet depending on your preferences (desktop, mobile, web, hardware) and operating system (or order a hardware wallet).

Note that each wallet has its unique address or a tag with a private key that is required to restore your wallet if lost. Store keys in a safe place and never show anyone. Once private keys are lost, your cryptocurrency wallet with all the coins will be lost forever.

Please take time to read carefully the security info, provided on the cryptocurrency and wallet providers’ websites. Many of them have a thoroughly written material on the security topic.

You can register your wallet on the My Wallet page of Immediate Rent website (login required).
Cryptocurrency exchanges are websites where you can buy, sell or exchange cryptocurrencies for other digital currency or traditional currency like US dollars or Euro. For those that want to trade professionally, you will likely need to use an exchange that requires you to verify your ID and open an account. If you just want to make the occasional, straightforward trade, there are also platforms that you can use that do not require an account.

Immediate Rent provides an opportunity to sell/buy cryptocurrency. Please go to Exchange page (see link in the footer).
If your wallet address is recognized as invalid, there is always a reason: You confused Dash (DASH) with Dashcoin (DSH). These are two different coins with two different amounts. You confused Factom (FCT) with Fantomcoin (FCN). Different currencies as well. Typo or character missing. Make sure that the address you specify matches the actual address of your wallet.
In each transaction, there is always a sender and a recipient. The recipient’s address is the cryptocurrency wallet address to receive the money you want to buy. For example, if you want to buy Ethereum (ETH), in the field, you should specify the ETH wallet address. In general, the recipient’s wallet address is the address the bought coins are sent to, once a transaction is finished.
A crypto hash (or the tx/transaction ID) is a unique address of your transaction in a blockchain. Mostly, the hash is a combination of digits and lower case (upper in Ripple) letters that represents a proof that money is sent. Whenever you make a payment, you receive a hash displayed in your wallet. Hash should be located in a blockchain. Hash is requried to find your payment and resolve your issues if any.

A small mistake in selecting a tenant could cost you tens of thousands of dollars and more, emotional stress and health degradation..... Landlords should correctly identify good tenants based on facts only.

Credit and background check states facts only.

See a comprehensive sample background check report including social details

A detailed report has abreakdown of an applicant’s credit history.

Prior financial history is a good indication of what they will do in the future.

Credit report has multiple parts:

1. Personal Information – tenant’s name, address, date of birth and employment information. Check if this information matches the info on rental application.

2. Payment Behavior – if applicant is late on his/her debt payments.

3. Credit Accounts Information – differnt types of accounts, created date, limits and amounts as well as payment history.

4. Debt Type and Amount – The debt amount(s), difernt types and additional information.

5. Type of Inquiry – credit bureau inquiries.

6. Public Records, Criminal Records and Collections – public court records, bankruptcies, collections files, and convictions.

You cannot rely on the Tenant Application alone to carry out a tenant background search. For $24.99 you can order Credit & Background Check.

Investing in proper tenant screening pays off. With Immedaite Rent, SingleKey and Equifax, you can get a comprehensive tenant screening report in 5 (five) minutes, including a background check, credit report, employment history, past addresses and evictions, and criminal record.

Credit & background check will give you all information to make a knowledgeable decision. It is secure, simple, easy and fast process. Enter Tenant information OR Invite tenant with their email.


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