Useful Web Sites for U.S. Real Estate Investors


Find out specifics about a particular property from their extremely large database as well as Real Estate articles.


The U.S. real estate Industry news leader and with the up to minute trends in the real estate industry. Also includes news, video and special reports.


Is the official foreclosure website owned by Fannie Mae.

U.S Google Maps

Gives you the option to check the street view of a specific address in the USA and to see the property you are interested in as well as the neighboring homes.


Trulia is an all-in-one real estate site that gives you the local scoop about homes for sale, apartments for rent, neighborhood insights, and real estate markets and trends to help you figure out exactly what, where, and when to buy, sell or rent. You can view prices of recently sold homes, and see home values in your community. Similar to Zillow and recently purchased b Zillow.


Business, financial, personal finance & real estate news.


HomeGain offers free real estate tools and services to compare real estate agents, research home prices, and view homes for sale, foreclosures, new homes, and rentals. HomeGain provides real estate information including articles on home buying, home selling, and mortgage rates.

Yahoo Real Estate

Read about the latest real estate news, articles, guides and tools.


Check and get an indication of the local rents a type of property is getting in a specific neighborhood.

Bureau of Economic Analysis

The Bureau of Economic Analysis is a U.S. government agency that provides official macroeconomic and industry statistics & data including the gross domestic product of the United States.

Realty Times is the real estate industry's most trusted source of local market conditions, buyer's advice, seller's advice, Realtor advice, and real estate news.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development offers advice and information on housing in specific regions, states and cities in the U.S. They coordinate many different programs including Section 8 subsidized rent for lower income households.


Large data base of homes on and off the market, with historical data of sales price, taxes and comparitave market analysis.


A highly respected business magazine in the U.S. which provides high level information & research on the current real estate market in the USA.


Offers in-depth demographic research on may parameters including crime, education, employment, housing , income that relate to the real estate market in the U.S.


The Census Bureau is a principal agency of the U.S. Federal Statistical System responsible for producing data about the American people and economy


The site gives a reliable indication regarding the amount of rent that a specific property should be getting in a specific neighborhood compared to similar properties on the same street and/or neighborhood.

FinestExpert was developed to meet the needs of serious real estate investors who would rather know more about a property's financial picture and less about the wallpaper in the family room. In other words, was created to help investors find properties that feature the best financial profiles, not necessarily properties with the prettiest decorator touches.


Allows you to enter an exact address and receive a rating about the relative ease to walk to nearby entertainment sites, parks, shopping, restaurants, schools, etc.


RealtyTrac is a real estate information company and an online marketplace for foreclosed and defaulted properties in the United States. Includes lots of data of foreclosed properties as well as demographic information.

Neighborhood Scout
Type in any address or city for a comprehensive report. Crime risk, school quality, real estate trends & appreciation, 300+ must-see statistics.

CLR Search
LRSearch is a Real Estate Search Engine with listings, foreclosures, school information, community demographics, and other data relevant to your real estate investment search.

OnBoard Navigator
Discover detailed data on the demographics of 30,000 communities in the U.S. including education, finance, crime, employment, family income and information about specific neighborhoods.