Find the cap rate for apartment properties in Pittsburgh
Calculate the value of your real estate
How It Works
Enter Property Address
Users may enter a property street address located anywhere in the United States.
Enter Property Characteristics
The tool relies on user descriptions of physical attributes and earnings potential.
Refine Income & Expenses
Users are able to make adjustments to a proforma income and expense statement generated from data analytics.
Get Cap Rate & Valuation
The tool displays an automated cap rate and valuation as well as a value based upon the user's projections.
It takes less than four minutes and is completely free!
Markets We Cover
Nestled around and between the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio rivers, Pittsburgh is the second largest city in Pennsylvania and full of unique history and character. Whether you're looking in Hazelwood or Hill District, Squirrel Hill or Oakland, Apartment Property Valuation has the tools and data to determine the cap rate for apartments and mixed-use properties across the city in just a few minutes. To get started, just enter the property address in box above.
Allegheny Center | Allegheny West | Allentown | Arlington | Arlington Heights | Banksville | Bedford Dwellings | Beechview | Beltzhoover | Bloomfield | Bluff (Uptown or Soho) | Bon Air | Brighton Heights | Brookline | California-Kirkbride | Carrick | Central Business District (Downtown and the Golden Triangle) | Chinatown (historic) | Cultural District | Central Lawrenceville | Central Northside | Mexican War Streets | Central Oakland | Chartiers | Chateau | Crafton Heights | Crawford-Roberts | Duquesne Heights | East Allegheny (Deutschtown) | East Carnegie | East Hills | East Liberty | Elliott | Esplen | Fairywood | Fineview | Friendship | Garfield | Glen Hazel | Greenfield | Four Mile Run | Hays | Hazelwood | Highland Park | Homewood North | Homewood South | Homewood West | Knoxville | Larimer | Lincoln-Lemington-Belmar | Lincoln Place | Lower Lawrenceville | Manchester | Marshall-Shadeland (Brightwood and Woods Run) | Middle Hill | Morningside | Mount Oliver (not to be confused with the neighboring borough of Mount Oliver) | Mount Washington | Chatham Village | New Homestead | North Oakland | North Point Breeze | North Shore | Northview Heights | Oakwood | Overbrook | Perry North (Observatory Hill) | Perry South (Perry Hilltop) | Point Breeze (including Park Place) | Polish Hill | Regent Square | Ridgemont | Saint Clair | Shadyside | Sheraden | South Oakland | Panther Hollow | Southshore | Station Square | South Side Flats | South Side Slopes | Spring Garden | Spring Hill-City View | Squirrel Hill North | Squirrel Hill South | Summerset | Stanton Heights | Strip District | Summer Hill | Swisshelm Park | Duck Hollow | Terrace Village | Troy Hill | Washington's Landing | Upper Hill | Upper Lawrenceville | West End | West Oakland | Westwood | Windgap
Population Change Affects Demand for Apartment Rentals in Pennsylvania
Population growth is typically a positive sign for apartment owners, because it can lead to an increase in demand for housing. Users can see changes in population in Pennsylvania using the tool below to analyze real estate market trends. The data provided shows the annual change for each city since 2010 (as reported by the US Census Bureau).
Education + Analytics
Dataspot Analytics LLC is a New York-based data science company that focuses on investment real estate. It offers insights to investors and industry participants looking to be on the pulse of local market conditions throughout the United States. Its valuation tools and educational materials provide users with real-time access to the vital information needed to make educated real estate decisions.