More NewsAllApartments, MSN Sidewalk Team Up

AllApartments, MSN Sidewalk Team Up

San Francisco-based AllApartments has joined forceswith the newly expanded MSN Sidewalk city guides.

San Francisco-based AllApartments has joined forces with the newly expanded MSN Sidewalk city guides.

“Now, an MSN Sidewalk-user looking for a place to live can find it through AllApartments. This adds value to our service because AllApartments is a trusted apartment resource offering expertise and credibility in the housing market,” said Matt Kursh, business unit manager for MSN Sidewalk.

Financial arrangements were not disclosed.

AllApartments, with more than 5.5 million national ads, is designed to streamline the apartment hunting process by organizing the most pertinent property information such as location, unit types, rental rates and basic amenities. It also offers resources for the apartment rental community including moving and relocation services, insurance resources and schools and childcare information.

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