(PRLEAP.COM) This week, www.affordablesearch.com marks five years as the nation’s leader in marketing affordable apartment communities for low income individuals, families and seniors.
AffordableSearch.com, based out of Boston, has compiled over 14,600 affordable apartment communities nationwide in a free and easy-to-search format. The apartment seeker can view community amenities, photos, floor plans, qualifying guidelines, maps, and contact the property directly either by phone or email. The prospect can also view thousands of resource links on the site from grocery stores and movies to job opportunities and social agencies to help get acquainted in their new neighborhood.
"Customer service to our advertising communities has always been our number one priority," claims Matt Dubuque, President of AffordableSearch LLC. "Each apartment community has its own story and we want to cater to their advertising needs. We are also very proud to list over 14,600 buildings representing millions of apartment homes. We feel we offer an extensive search experience for the apartment prospect!"
"Affordable apartment listings have historically been spread out and lost amid thousands of newspapers, government publications, yellow pages and individual company brochures and web sites," says Camellia Palinkas, Vice President of Operations for Affordable Search. "Many government and social service organizations have been attempting to solve this dilemma by maintaining lists of apartment communities with affordable units. This time-consuming approach to finding housing often leads to many wasted phone calls and leaves both property managers and apartment seekers worn-out. AffordableSearch.com was established to help the affordable apartment prospect by maintaining up to date availability, income guidelines, and an easy to use website to contact the apartment community directly."
"Knowing we have helped thousands find affordable housing is a great feeling . We look forward to the next 5 years with more advanced resource guides and better tools for the property manager."