NeighborhoodScout -- the search site that promises to help buyers and renters "find the best neighborhoods" -- has unveiled a search tool that makes it easier for users to zero in on neighborhoods based on not only local amenities but on existing residents' ethnicity, wealth and background. The site's new advanced search tool lets users search census tracts, which contain about 4,000 people on average, based on a wide array of criteria, including crime level, ethnic makeup, school quality, education level, income level, household type and unemployment rate. NeighborhoodScout CEO Andrew Schiller says the tool helps buyers and renters "optimize their choice with confidence from the hundreds or even thousands of potential neighborhoods within their commuting range." In addition, he ...
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