November 13, 2018

Transcript: Hi there. Welcome to our latest quick tutorial on searching Neighborhood rent reports on the go by using Rentometer on your mobile device.

In our previous video, we walked you through how to search rents around a specific address on mobile. Now we’ll walk you through how to use Rentometer’s neighborhood rent comp reporting to do a quick search of rents in your area. Let’s get started.

First, start by opening your devices web application and go to For this example, we will use the iPhone X.

Next, log in to your account.  To do this, click on the small box with 3 lines, you will find the options to log in or if you don’t have an account you can sign up for our free trial on the Pricing page.

Once you’re logged in, click on the neighborhood rent search tab. Here you can select your State, City, and Neighborhood you want to analyze.

Next enter the rent amount or leave it blank. Then enter the number of bedrooms or select the 1-4 bedroom summary.

If you are a pro user, you can access the PRO features below the bedroom search.

You can click on “Show Advanced Options” and you’ll be presented with the Max-Age filter, Building Type, and finally your custom branding for the report.

Once your search is complete, click “Analyze Neighborhood” and there you have it you have a complete rent report for your chosen neighborhood.  

A detailed map is presented to show the rentals in your area as well as a list of sampled rentals.

As a pro subscriber, you’re given more details about the listings including size, $/ft2, and number of beds and baths,

In addition to the best rental comp data, now you can access Google street for specific rentals directly from the Rentometer results page. Simply click the street view icon to the left of the rental listing address.

Don’t forget if you would like to share the report with other clients or real estate professionals you can click the “share” tab in the top right corner and enter the email address you want to share with.

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