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With a Rent Estimate Report, compare your rent with other rental properties nearby, stay ahead of market trends, and competitively price your rental.

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Rent Estimate Reports

Price Your Rental Property Confidently

Know that your rent amount isn’t holding you back from filling your property. Get your price right from the start and fill your vacancies with better tenants, faster, with our Rental Estimate Report!  You’ll receive an analysis based on nearby rentals with similar beds and baths.
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Know Your Competition​

See the average rent price for properties in your area so you know how you stack up against the competition.

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Find Better Tenants

Pricing your rental appropriately lets you find the best tenants quickly – without any wasted time.

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Rent Estimate FAQs

It’s important to know the surrounding market when pricing your rental. Find the right price that both optimizes your ROI and helps you find a great tenant. 

What is a rent estimate calculator?

A rent estimate calculator is an online tool that helps landlords estimate the rental value of their properties based on various factors such as location, amenities, property size, and local market trends.

Rent estimate calculators typically use algorithms that analyze data from various sources, including recent rental listings and sales data, to generate an estimated rental price based on the provided property information.

Rent estimate calculators can provide a reliable estimate of rental prices; however, their accuracy may vary. It’s important to remember that they are based on statistical models and historical data, and therefore, actual rentals may vary due to real-time market conditions.

Rent estimate calculators typically require information such as property address, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, square footage, property type, and any additional amenities or features.

Rent estimate calculators are generally designed to work for residential properties such as houses, apartments, or condos. However, they may not always be suitable for unique or specialized properties like commercial spaces or highly customized homes.

It is a good practice for landlords to use a rent estimate calculator periodically, especially when there are significant changes in the local rental market or when the property’s condition or features are altered.

While rent estimate calculators offer a helpful starting point, it is recommended to leverage additional research, local market knowledge, and professional advice to ensure accurate and competitive rental pricing.

Yes, apart from estimating rental value, rent estimate calculators can provide insight into market trends, help landlords understand the competition, and empower them to make informed decisions regarding rental pricing and property investment.

There are two main factors when pricing your rental property: the external factors (surrounding market) and internal factors (your property’s features). It’s crucial to understand that you want to find the right price, not the highest price. Read our blog about pricing your rental.

A good rule of thumb is to use the “one percent rule.” Your rental price should be approximately 1 percent (specifically from 0.8 percent to 1.1 percent) of your property’s current value. While this is a well-known method for rent pricing, it is not always accurate to your market and shouldn’t be used alone.

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