The listing sounded amazing. The area felt safe on a sunny day. And your standard 15 minute tour of the building didn't turn up anything obviously worrisome.
But shortly after you move in the elevator goes out, the "up-and-coming" block feels menacing when you walk home at night, and you hear a family of rats scurrying about inside the walls.
Overworked and constantly rushed, apartment hunters resort to cramming their search in between the more pressing responsibilities of their day.
Busy movers find themselves at the mercy of real estate professionals, management companies, co-op boards, owners, and even potential roommates whose economic incentive may be to hold back unflattering information that could cause an apartment hunter to ask too many questions or possibly reject an apartment.
This creates an information gap that so often leads to moving horror stories and mover’s remorse.
AddressReport scans and interprets hundreds of millions of data points to generate gorgeous, easy-to-read, detailed reports that reveal the positives and red flags for any address -- eliminating the information gap and giving busy apartment-hunters the insights they need to make a better-informed moving decision.
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