New Online Tool Makes Finding Affordable Housing Easy

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MyApartmentMap's rental data tool could save renters hundreds of dollars a month on rent. MyApartmentMap allows users to easily visualize the rental costs across an entire city or state in a matter of seconds.

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to empower and inform renters so that they can make educated decisions about where they can afford to live. In these tough economic times, this tool has the ability save renters some real money.

MyApartmentMap has just launched its rental research tool that makes finding affordable housing easier than ever. By plotting apartments on Google Maps and color coding by price, users can instantly see exactly where they can afford to rent. This new tool is located at http://www.myapartmentmap.com/rentaldata/.

Every day thousands of apartments are added to MyApartmentMap's database of active rentals. These apartments are used to calculate the minimum, maximum and average rents for the entire U.S, including individual states, cities, and neighborhoods. Users are given an up to the minute reports on how much they should expect to pay for rent.

Until now apartment renters have had to rely on outdated reports or their own time consuming research. The MyApartmentMap rental data tool allows users to simply drag and drop a marker on Google Maps and instantly see the average rental prices for the exact location the user is interested.

Ian Reardon, the software developer who created the rental data tool stated that his goal was, "to empower and inform renters so that they can make educated decisions about where they can afford to live. In these tough economic times, this tool has the ability save renters some real money."

MyApartmentMap is a national apartment search website that was launched in 2006. With over 250,000 active apartment listings, MyApartmentMap is one of the largest online apartment search engines. MyApartmentMap continues to adopt new technologies to make finding an apartment as easy as possible.

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