Neighbor.com was founded in 2017 by three friends, Colton Gardner, Joseph Woodbury, and Preston Alder. Neighbor.com works similar to the way that Airbnb works: people who have extra space, whether it is a garage, an empty lot, attic, or basement, can rent it out to local people who need to store “stuff”.
Neighbor.com insures those with space for $2 million in case their property is somehow damaged by items that are stored or if someone should get hurt while moving the stuff onto their property. Property or homeowners also have the right to reject any client for nearly any reason and they have the right to inspect all boxes or other packages.
Renting through Neighbor.com generally costs half of what a regular storage unit would charge. On average, a typical 5X5 foot storage unit costs $50, but it is half that price on the company website.
Storing on private property is also safer, considering that one in every 5 storage units are broken into every year.
Neighbor.com operates in 48 states and the District of Columbia. Headquarters are located in American Fork, Utah.