Free site available for tenants, landlords featuring detailed property listings

The City of Fort Wayne and the Fort Wayne Housing Authority are offering a new Web site to list housing for rent. The free listing service connects renters with available apartments and homes including affordable housing in Fort Wayne and Allen County.

The Web site,, is ready for both rental property providers to list apartments and homes and for potential tenants of all income levels to search for housing anonymously anytime using the Internet.

“The ability to access available rental housing for all income levels is an essential part of the economic health and growth of our County,” said Maynard Scales, Executive Director of the Fort Wayne Housing Authority. “I urge property owners to register today.”

The detailed property listings include street address, monthly rent, square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, year built, amenities such as a washer and dryer and special features like handicapped accessibility, pets allowed, Spanish-speaking staff and income restrictions if applicable.

“This service is a great resource for Fort Wayne and Allen County residents. It'€™s an important step to ensuring the future health of our neighborhoods and economy by granting greater access to housing resources,” Scales said.

The website offers 24-hour access to managing, adding and updating property listings and advertised company information. An experienced bilingual call center is available for those who do not use the Internet.

The site has free property inventory management tools for landlords. Property owners and renters can also use the search feature for neighborhood and pricing comparisons. is developed and managed by®, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit dedicated to serving the affordable housing needs of communities like Fort Wayne. is a national leader in housing listing and locating services and currently serves half of the U.S. population across 22 states.  

Affordable housing is intended for households whose income is at or below 80 percent of area median income, or about $49,050 for a family of 4 according to 2007 Housing and Urban Development data.

For more information, visit or contact at (877) 428-8844.