This map-based search engine is great for anyone who likes to see where a potential apartment lies in relation to neighborhood landmarks and points of interest. It includes rentals, condos and homes for sale.
Bonus: Stay connected to your search with apps for Android phones and tablets, iPhone and iPad, and a mobile-optimized site.
If you’ve ever looked for an apartment to rent online, chances are you’ve had a go at Craigslist.
Though it’s possible to score a home run on the Internet’s main hub for local offerings, you’re likely to be bogged down by Craigslist’s rampant spam and heavy traffic, which rapidly snatches up legitimate listings.
While it can get exhausting, there are obvious advantages to house hunting on the Internet, such as avoiding a fee. If you’re interested in keeping your apartment hunt online, but don’t know where to look aside from Craigslist, we’ve got the roundup for you. Here are 10 sites to help you find the perfect home in your neighborhood of choice and your price range.
Have you ever found an apartment online? What is your go-to online real estate tool?