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Donotrent.com Adds Google Map to Search Rentals

Chicago, IL - April 22, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Donotrent.com is the newest rental review and social networking site. Users can search, post and chat about reviews of apartments, student housing, rental homes, vacation rentals and more in every city in the United States.

Donotrent.com – New Apartment Review and Social Networking Website

Chicago, IL - March 22, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- Donotrent.com is the first website to integrate real estate rental reviews and social networking features. Users can search and post reviews of apartments, rental homes, student housing, vacation rentals and more. They can share messages and posts with their friends at their favorite social sites using Facebook connect and the AddThis sharing service.

Donotrent.com – New Apartment Review and Social Networking Website

Chicago, IL - January 10, 2011 - (RealEstateRama) -- The newest user review and social networking website donotrent.com went live late November 2010. The review platform is based on tenant experiences, past or present, renting apartments, on or off campus student housing, rental homes, vacation rentals and more. The site allows users to search and post reviews in every city in the United States. Users can also post pictures of the apartment and rate it using a unique 5-star rating system that ranges from “Not That Bad” to “Absolute Nightmare.” Although the name, donotrent.com, implies and actually encourages negative reviews, users can also post positive reviews.

Business Real Estate Press Releases

Modern Marketplace Report 2022 Year in Review

New zavvie report reveals a surge in consumer demand for new...

Even while the overall US housing market faced uphill challenges in 2022, more Americans are seeking alternative ways to buy and sell real estate as innovative solutions increase nationwide

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases

NH Delegation Welcomes Nearly $1M to Combat Homelessness in Concord, Merrimack...

The New Hampshire delegation welcomed $944,406 to New Hampshire to combat housing insecurity. Specifically, the funding supports projects that reduce unsheltered homelessness, especially in high-risk areas and rural communities. Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc.