Rentometer provides rent comparison data throughout the U.S. Our data is primarily listings data i.e. to be rented.
Though we don't give out specific names of our sources, Rentometer collects rental listing data and rent data from a variety of sources including: bulk syndicated data, our proprietary rental data survey, and user generated input and listings of rental data.
New data is added every day including new records and updates of existing records as they become available.
Our data coverage is national. Our volume of data is proportional to the volume of rentals in any given market. Urban areas and metropolitan centers tend to have more data because there is greater rental activity and density. Suburban and rural areas tend to have less data because there is less rental activity and rentals are dispersed over a larger area.
We are always looking for new ways to acquire data and improve our data set.
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