NeighborGoods Goes National: Share Items With People In Your Area

NeighborGoods Goes National: Share Items With People In Your Area
technology

The California-based social lending site has expanded its operations.

Naresh Kumar
  • 1 july 2010

NeighborGoods is a service that allows its users to share physical items with other people in their area. The community site facilitates renting and borrowing stuff that is not used often, and saves money for the borrower who would otherwise have to buy it and at the same time, earns some cash for the owner. NeighborGoods catered only to users in Southern California in the beginning, but starting yesterday, it has opened its service across the US. The site contains a directory of stuff being shared and the option to create a wishlist for things users want. While borrowing and lending items is free, members may choose to verify their account for a small fee to build more trust into the NeighborGoods network.

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