5 Best Apartment-Finder Apps In 2018

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  • Posted on July 18, 2018
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Looking for a new apartment is quite a challenging task no matter what your budget or needs are. If you’re in this situation, you’re probably short on time, money, and options. All the likely apartments seem to have some hidden fatal flaw or be grabbed by other renters before you can even get a tour.

If this sounds all too familiar, worry not! Like everything else in this digital age, there’s an app for that. Besides visiting this website to get a head start, you can consider these apps to find your dream apartment in no time:

1.  Zillow Rentals

Zillow Rentals is a highly popular renting app that’s available for both Android and Apple phones. It’s also free of cost and gives you 400,000 plus renting spaces from all over the country. All you need to do is personalize your search to get the facilities required. On-site parking, pet policy, and laundry options are at your fingertips so you never have to take a gamble again!

This app’s network contains buying as well as renting options in case you haven’t completely decided on the next step. You also get to save your searches when you exit the app. This way, you can pick up where you left off and save a lot more time.

2. Trulia Rentals

This app is also available for both iOS and Android networks. It can help you streamline your requests using a single click that can instantly connect you with property managers. No need to fill out forms for each and every apartment tour! You don’t need to fumble around for phone numbers either.

This app enables its user to get directly in touch with the people in charge. You can sit and inquire about likely places from the comfort of your home.

3. Apartment Guide

The Apartment Guide app takes online apartment hunting to a whole new level. It doesn’t just provide listings and a few selected pictures to interested renters. In fact, it gives you complete HD photos and even shares the floor plans to give you the best idea of what’s out there. You can even save a listing if you find it interesting.

What’s more, this app also boasts a ‘share’ option so you can send your favorite options to your friends. This way, you can get your to-be roommate to see what you have in mind or just get a second opinion from someone you trust.

4. Rent.com

Having trouble booking a tour, finding a good time to visit,  or just aren’t sure whether that stellar apartment is really too good to be true? Rent.com provides an answer to each of these problems and many more!

Here, you can check out the times when an apartment is available for visits and tours. You can then set your schedule accordingly and avoid any clashes. If you’re on the fence about a decision, the residents’ reviews can make up your mind one way or another.

5. HotPads

This is a highly popular app and is quite famed for its offerings in large cities across the country. It also provides apartment listings in smaller areas. If you’re planning to move to a new state, city, or a town, this could possibly be the best app to download.

The features on this app include giving details about neighborhood schools, walking scores, and other information that will help gauge what kind of a life you’re signing up for. There are also some ‘hot’ listings that other users are interested in. You can click on these prime locations and put in an offer before they’re all gone!

Article written by Ashley Lipman