Two property search engines on opposite sides of the globe are looking for people to join their teams: nestoria.co.uk and rentbits.com.
nestoria.co.uk explains its need for more staff is a result of having "too many ideas of things to do and not enough good people to do them". The call for an engineering manager, technical product manager, and engineering intern comes as nestoria.co.uk's counterpart, nestoria.com.au, hits the Australian market.
In the US, rentbits.com says it is growing at a "tremendous" rate and wants to hire "multiple sales executives with experience and contacts in the multi-family industry".
rentbits.com's description of its growth doesn't sound far off the mark. After being named one of the Hitwise “fast movers” in January, the search engine released a new look and acquired apartment listing service apartmentfrog.com.
When it announced the apartmentfrog.com acquisition, rentbits.com said it also had a number of website enhancements in the works, including extending its network reach for multi-family advertisers and adding to its database of rental rate data.