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Renting Guide: Finding Rentals

How to Find a Rental using offers five basic ways to search for a rental: see all available rentals, run a standard search, run an advanced search, search by listing ID or search by postal code. By searching all available rentals, a tenant can navigate to see every available apartment, room for rent, house for rent and more by area, starting at the region level all the way down to the town level. By running a standard search, a tenant can enter standard rental parameters such as rental price range, number of bedrooms, furnished rental or unfurnished rental preference and more. By running an advanced search, a tenant can enter additional rental parameters such as number of bathrooms, security deposit, parking, laundry, air conditioning, and more. If a tenant already knows the listing ID, the tenant can enter the listing ID here and jump directly to that rental listing. A tenant can search by postal code here by selecting their region and entering the local zip code or postal code.

Reviewing Rental Listings
Once the tenant has found rentals that interest them, they can save them to their My Saved Rentals page for later comparision and review. Here, the tenant can see how the different rentals that interest the tenant stack up against each other in terms of rent cost, bedrooms, lease term and more.

What is included in Rental Listings
Each rental listing features the rent cost, security deposit, number of bedrooms, pictures of the listing, number of bathroom, landlord's description, and more helpful information. When viewing a rental listing, you can learn the rental's total square footage, whether it's available furnished or unfurnished and more.

Recommendations for Tenants Searching for a Rental
We recommend that Tenants searching for rentals save their favorite rentals to their My Saved Rentals page for later comparision. Tenants should plan out a monthly budget before searching for rentals so to better understand what rental prices they can afford.

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