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Renting Guide: Rental Area

Choosing the best Rental Area for you using
Choosing a Rental Area that's best for you is all about doing your research. There are several factors to consider, such as neighborhood, commute time and available rentals. Every tenant has their own situation and will have to balance a neighborhood that suites their needs against what they can afford.

The Perfect Neighborhood
The Perfect Neighborhood to live in would be close to your job, have plenty of convenient shopping, mass transportation, schools, parks, hospitals and entertainment. Depending on your situation, you may require different ammenities in your neighborhood. If you enjoy live entertainment, you may want to live in a theater district. If you have children, good schools and parks are a priority. If you're on a tight budget, this will narrow your rental area choices quickly - do research to asertain the approximate average price of the size rental you require and then see what neighborhoods have available rentals.

How to find Available Rentals using
Is there an available rental in your price range in your ideal neighborhood? If so, you've found a perfect situation! Otherwise, it's time to make hard choices. How far is your commute and how far is convenient shopping? If you choose one area over another, how does it change your commute? A five mile commute with heavy traffic could take longer than a 10 mile commute with no traffic. 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.

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