More Craig’s List RSS hacking… Ever wonder if what you are paying in rent is on par with the rest of the neighborhood? Looking for a new place and don’t want to be paying twice as much as everyone else on the block? Or perhaps you want to rent out your place and have no idea what to charge for it… Enter RentSlicer.
“RentSlicer provides statistics on Los Angeles area rental property. We import rental listing data from the CraigsList.com RSS Feed every 2 hours. Our software scans each listing for keywords and then categorizes each by city, property type, #beds, #baths, and amenities. Using this information we are able to generate many interesting reports such as city/area stats, price rankings, inventory volume rankings, trends, graphs, and more. Our Slicer Tool is the ‘Blue Book’ for LA rental units. It lets both landlords and tenants see the fair market value of their units.”
I clicked around on it and it’s pretty sweet. I especially liked the over all average of all LA rental property which as of this post is $1,582.40.