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Moving to a new city after college is a big deal. We know because we've been there. We've taken the search for that new home up a notch. Type in any address in Chicago and get a more detailed look at the neighborhood. Some questions we aim to answer for you:

In the future, look for even more data and more information to make your move to Chicago even easier (think salon reviews meets police reports meets local deals).

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Get a complete snapshot of your neighborhood. From the ward to the voter precinct, this 'Summary' tab gives you the civic nitty gritty you need to know about your backyard.

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This chart gives a sense of fellow graduates in your area.

Transplant from a new city? Wondering if there are alot of out of towners like you? Selected this chart and be surprised by how many newbies are getting to know things just like you.

For the average college graduate making $20,000 - $34,999, what percent of their salary goes to rent? Find out here.

Is the CTA a popular way to get to work? Are there other people around you who can walk to work? Get a sense of the daily transit options in your area with this chart. Trust us, it'll help plan out your routine.

Is it easy to find roommates in the area? Is it more popular to live alone? Take a look.

What is the career makeup of your neighborhood? Maybe you are a teacher looking to connect with other teachers. Maybe you are looking for a fellow business mentor. The occupation chart is your first step.

What is the career makeup of your neighborhood? Maybe you are a teacher looking to connect with other teachers. Maybe you are looking for a fellow business mentor. The occupation chart is your first step.