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StorTrack Releases ‘StorTrack Explorer’ to Offer Self Storage Professionals Free Access to Interactive Data Map for All Markets

StorTrack, the premier international self storage data company, recently launched ‘StorTrack Explorer’ which offers an interactive map, improved user search experience and new formatting for accessing primary, secondary and tertiary market analytics on over 58,000 existing facilities and nearly 2,000 development projects in the US, the UK and Canada.

Self storage investors and developers can choose from free, basic or unlimited account options. Free accounts have access to StorTrack Explorer’s mapping tool and can view net rentable square footage, square feet per capita, existing facilities, population metrics, average rates per square foot and facility names and addresses for up to a ten-mile radius. Full market reports are available for an additional fee for this subscription level.

A basic subscription can be purchased to access rental rate trends, development activity, new supply data and detailed store information. Full market reports are available for an additional fee for this subscription level.

An upgraded subscription tier offers state or national access to unlimited full market reports and additional data including:

  • Property ownership information
  • Transaction history
  • Tax and loan data
  • Historical analytics
  • Pricing volatility

StorTrack will be hosting training sessions on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at 10 am (register here) and 3 pm EST (register here) and Thursday, November 11, 2021 at 1 pm EST (register here).

About StorTrack

Launched in 2014, StorTrack is the largest and most comprehensive market intelligence database available for the self storage industry. The platform integrates pricing, demographics and additional data on over 58,000 self storage facilities throughout the US, UK and Canada to provide a resource for investors, owners and operators to make informed site-selection and rate decisions. For more information, visit