Manage My Property Leverages Google API to Provide Rental Market Data to Real Estate Investors

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Manage My Property, LLC announced today that it is now leveraging Google's Chart API to present relevant housing & demographic data to real estate investors in 350 metro areas across the United States. This information is designed to help property owners and managers benchmark their investments against both their local market as well as the rest of the nation.

"By pairing Google's Chart API with data from the American Community Survey, we've been able to make valuable connections for investors in a format that's easy to understand," says company co-founder Jordan Muela. "For example, property owners and investors looking for Austin property management companies can see how their vacancy rate compares to the local Austin average, and whether tenants in this market are having a hard time coming up with the cash to make their rental payments. Benchmarks like these along with the demographic data we provide help inform investors' decisions on how to manage their current portfolio as well as where to look for future investments."

This is just the latest of the company's contributions to the real estate investor market since its launch in July of 2009. On its website at, it has created a nationwide directory of property management companies, and a thorough 16-part guide to hiring a property management company.

Co-founder Chris Berkompas indicated that that investors and management companies should expect future assistance from the company. "We are laser focused on continuing to solve problems for people in the residential and commercial management industry. We've got some good feedback and we're always looking for more suggestions." exists as a free resource for owners and managers, and as a pay-for-performance marketing channel for property managers looking to improve their portfolios or grow their businesses.


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