Spare to Share is a private sharing and community network for residential buildings. We offer a fun and easy way for residents to connect and socialize through the sharing of skills, items and activities using our simple web & mobile platform within the closed, trusted building community. It’s an excellent way to share or sell all kinds of things including tools, tickets, a parking space and even pet sitting. We help make your building a little more neighborly and connected by enabling communication and sharing among residents, leading to increased loyalty and reduced turns.Property managers see us as an amenity they can offer to residents to enhance the community feeling in the building, and as a way to communicate with residents using tools they are accustomed to (mobile, alerts, etc.). Residents who know other residents tend to stick around a little longer, reducing churn and vacancy leading to real costs savings as well as an overall happier building. These connected residents also become more loyal and take better care of the building reducing maintenance and management costs.Take a look for yourself on our website, and check out our short video for more details on how it works. Although we offer our service to property managers, we also allow free use for individual users to create private sharing groups. Register and invite your friends to build your own sharing group today! We also have a great mobile app available (iOS & Android).

Open Jobs at Spare to Share


October 16, 2013
Type: funding
Investors: Points of Light Civic Accelerator
April 30, 2013
Type: funding
Investors: Angel investors from CEO's network


Founded: 2012
Local Employees: 6
Funding: $0.2M
Location: Chicago
Type: Technology Company
Industries: Consumer Web, GreenTech, Real Estate, Retail, Social Media, Technology

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