Study focused on rent prices, access to amenities, livability, and other unique features of the cities.
Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) June 01, 2017
TurboTenant, a rapidly growing technology startup company, recently conducted a study spanning major cities across the Front Range to determine the most affordable and attractive options. The five cities selected have at least 150,000 residents and were chosen based upon average rent for two bedroom homes paired with the livability of each location. The study included information about the cities’ amenities, accessibility, and tips for renting in the area. The top five cities that made the list include Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins, Longmont, and Colorado Springs and were picked using data blending, market research, and rental pricing software.
Colorado Springs ranked as the most affordable Front Range city with average two bedroom rent prices at $1,031 with a 4 percent increase in cost over the past 36 months. The city has a walkability score of 35, transit score of 18, and a bike score of 46. The full article and other city statistics can be viewed on TurboTenant’s blog at http://bit.ly/2qekabi.
About TurboTenant (https://www.turbotenant.com/): TurboTenant helps independent landlords improve the investment performance of their properties by offering them online tools that previously were only available to large property management companies. These features include online rental applications, tenant credit and background reports, property listings and automated marketing, and online rent payments. All of TurboTenant’s features are free for landlords.
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