On a mobile device conducting your apartment search? Did you know MyApartmentMap was one of the first apartment search engines to release their mobile apps?
MyApartmentMap's office is located in Seacoast NH where Hurricane Irene made a rather close pass. Not too much damage but still pretty windy. Here is a video and a few pictures. Check it out.
Hopefully we don't lose power.
After several years of research, development and design, we have released our full featured apartment search engine. Check out this short video ( http://www.myapartmentmap.com/videos/walkthrough/ )that walks through some of our new features.
We just released RSS feeds for all our cities. Just go to the city and subscribe to the RSS feed on that page, the link is listed on the left hand side of the city page. Subscribing to an RSS feed will allow you to keep on top of the newest apartments listed on MY Apartment Map. Our apartment listings update several time a day so if you are actively seeking an apartment this may save you some time.
I just finished coding a new feature for the site. It’s an RSS Feed Builder for Apartments. You just select the location you want to search for apartments, the search radius in miles, and then enter the specifics about the apartment you are looking for.
Yesterday we released a new Rental Data tool on MyApartmentMap. You can use this tool to find the average rents in almost any area. You simply go to the city your interested in, for example you might want to see New York City Rental Statistics, and drag the marker around to see the minimum, maximum and average rents in that area.
I installed GeoDjango today and it really was not that bad considering the number of pieces that had to be built from source.
The MyApartmentMap Dirtiest Apartment Contest is live! Do you live like a slob or just haven’t had the time to clean your apartment? Well, now is your chance to be rewarded for your lack of cleanliness and or laziness. We will be giving away three prizes:1st: $1,000, 2nd: $500, 3rd: $300.