October 10, 2017
Monroe Entrepreneurs Are 'Perched' For Success In 'Everything Off Campus' ORANGE COUNTY, N.Y. -- Got a college kid looking for off-campus housing? perch'n can help. The new company -- it launched in 2016 -- was built with the mission to be "everything off campus." Its main form of doing that: allowing customers to search off-campus housing listings for free. Log in, create an account and start reaching out to local landlords, match with roommates and more. Click here to read the full article
Aug 17, 2017
Off-campus housing just got easy! More than a slogan, it's the core principle that defines perch'n. We work hard to round up as many listings as we can, so you can find that perfect place near your campus.
Now we've upgraded our roommate feature to complement our powerful housing search engine. If you've rented a house or apartment but need to fill a spot, the roommate search will match you with someone looking for housing. The search can be tailored to find certain attributes, such as gender and year at college. Your post also allows you to explain more about yourself and the roommate you'd like to find. It works similarly for individuals who want to find one or more roommates before beginning a search together.
And as with our housing search, finding a roommate is free of charge!
Also, if you need to sublet, check out our enhanced sublet feature.
April 20, 2017
Start-Up Company Makes Off-Campus Housing Simple. A startup company aiming to make all things off-campus housing easy, perch'n, has made its way to SUNY New Paltz. perch'n is an off-campus housing listing service connecting college students looking for rentals with property owners/managers. At this school, 53 percent of students live off-campus, making it an ideal addition to the 17 campuses that perch'n currently operates near. Additionally, New Paltz is the second most expensive place to live in Ulster County behind Gardiner, in regards to property taxes. Click here to read the full article
March 8, 2017
Lucky winner Andrew Arrigo (third from left), sophmore at Marist College, accepts his 50" LED TV with his friends.
Left to right: Sarah Rampulla, Jonathan Newfield, Andrew Arrigo, John Ryan, and John Eletto