Has Become the Fastest Growing Online Apartment Locator in Texas

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Through an extensive database, intuitive ease of use, and the best graphical mapping in the industry, has carved out a significant niche in the Texas apartment locator space. This coupled with some of the highest cash rebates around is attracting apartment seekers statewide. was born out of the marriage between technology and real estate. The result is a fantastic community exposure and a customer experience second to none.

For apartment seekers: was designed with ease-of-use in mind yet at the same time delivers all the important information renters require in finding the perfect apartment.

They offer sophisticated mapping, amenity filtering, text searching, pictures and 360 video, as well as links to other resources to help make apartment searching and eventual move more convenient. They also offer the ability to be notified of new communities as well as upcoming specials based upon your profile and saved favorites.

Best of all is FREE and requires no registration to get started. Not ready to move yet and not in the mood to give up personal contact information? Not a problem, does not require registration to start browsing apartments today!    

For apartment managers: has done all the work to give communities the best visibility on the internet and thus the best chance of being chosen by a potential renter.

For participating communities they offer a featured properties section giving communities the ability to stand out above their competition.

All this design and development costs apartment managers nothing. has built their business on a pay-for-success model. Unlike some of their competition, who charge monthly fees for listing properties, only gets paid upon the successful lease verification of a qualified renter. This approach is mutually beneficial ensuring success and growth for both parties., the Apartment Locator that Pays You!

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