Frequently Asked Questions

What is PadMint?

Our mission is to empower consumers with transparent multifamily information and tools so that they can make more confident decisions.

What do we do?

PadMint features all broker-listed multifamily properties that are for sale as well as 250,000 property records for buildings with 2 or more units in Los Angeles County. PadMint also offers online tools that allows users to view and analyze any multifamily property in a whole new way.

PadMint launched in 2019 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA

Which areas does PadMint currently cover?

PadMint currently offers listing/data coverage in Los Angeles County.

What separates PadMint from Zillow or Redfin?

PadMint focuses on multifamily assets. Redfin and Zillow are primarily used for searching residential properties. We’ve made looking for a multifamily investment easy! We provide the necessary investment filters for searching for a multifamily building, a valuation tool, rent comps in the area, and sales comps.

How Do I Create A Free PadMint Account?

Creating a PadMint account is always free. To create an account please click “Join PadMint” in the top right hand corner.

What if I have questions about some of the information I am seeing?

We have our PadMint Professionals on standby to help you with any questions 24/7 365. You will see a chat box in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen at all times!

What is a Minted Estimate?

When you search a multi-family property on PadMint you are able to enter a monthly income to generate a “Minted Estimate”. PadMint’s algorithm looks at relevant market information and generates an estimated Market Value based on the comparable properties that have sold in the area. There are many factors that go into valuing an income producing property so please understand this is an estimated value and is intended to be a good starting point.

What if I can not find an address that I’m searching for?

PadMint is currently only available for multifamily buildings with two or more units in Los Angeles County. If you do not see an address you are looking for please make sure it is actually a multifamily building and NOT a mixed use, commercial, industrial, or single family residence. If you are still having trouble, please reach out to or use the chat box in the bottom right hand corner of your screen.

Additional Questions?

If you have additional questions, please reach out to or use the chat box in the bottom right hand corner of your screen.