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Homes for Sale by School Zone: New Search Feature!

Estately is now the first to bring you home search by school!

Homes for Sale by School District

Here at Estately, we’re always looking for new ways to help you find your needle in the haystack of homes for sale. Today we’ve launched our new one-click school search, so you can narrow your hunt to properties within a specific school’s attendance zone.

Whether you want to purchase a new home without switching school zones, or if you’d like to relocate to a more highly-ranked or specialized catchment area, this new feature will help you quickly refine your search alongside our existing filters for keywords, price, size, parking spaces, Walk Score, and more.

Just search for a school by name or click its icon to reveal all properties for sale in its attendance zone.

Search for Homes by School District

School icons now appear automatically on the map as you search, so you easily see which homes are within walking distance (or, if playground noise isn’t your thing, which homes are well out of walking distance). See a school’s grade levels served, public/private status, enrollment numbers, and GreatSchools ranking by clicking on its icon.

Estately is the only real estate search engine with school boundaries right down to the side of the street, and as school district boundaries change, our data updates in real-time thanks to our partners at Maponics.

Our school data includes all types of schools — including magnet, private, and alternately-funded schools — from kindergarten through high school. Schools without specific attendance zones, such as private schools, are also visible on the map for reference.

Search homes for sale by school district on Estately >>

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    This is a great feature as it will help to easily locate home on sale.

  • mer

    Great feature that works well if you know to look for it. Found an issue w/data in Chicago. http://www.estately.com/IL/Chicago#/listings/info/1740-west-cornelia-avenue is not in the Bell School attendance area, which seems to show up properly on the map, but the listing shows up in the results for Bell.

  • http://twitter.com/galenward Galen Ward

    Good catch, Mer. It looks like that property isn’t properly placed on the map. We’ll look into what’s going on there and try to get it fixed right away.

  • Lalanikki

    How do you make sure this is accurate?  Doesn’t attendance zoning change every year?

  • http://twitter.com/galenward Galen Ward

    @881c233f3594aaef0e2bea6d08be33d0:disqus our data provider updates our schools dataset every 2-3 months, so we stay on top of those yearly changes!

  • Yessymonge

    Why I cant see any more, in the maps any schools???

  • http://twitter.com/galenward Galen Ward

    We had a glitch that prevented them from showing. They’re back now!

  • Seattle Resident

    I don’t see the attendance zone for either:
    “Salmon Bay School, Seattle, WA”
    “BF Day, Seattle, WA”

    … it shows the schools – but not the attendance zone.

  • Anonymous

    Hi Seattle Resident, I have a hunch those schools are alternative or funky schools and therefore don’t use where you live as a criteria for getting in. Only some schools have geographical restrictions. 

    Does that sound correct to you?

  • Nugh

    I am looking for Yorktown ny high school boundary homes but there is icon I can click on to narrow my search