With the California wildfires seemingly never-ending, be sure you have made a plan should you find yourself in your apartment community if and when the next fire strikes in your area. If you didn’t look when touring your apartment community, make sure you know where the fire alarms, smoke detectors, hoses and escape routes are.
So you found your dream apartment. The location is close to work and shopping. The floor plan is spacious. The rent is reasonable. The neighbors are quiet. It’s everything you hoped for, and more. Right? Well, not so fast. Before you sign on the dotted line, be sure to read…
Four things said by nobody ever include: “Hollywood makes way too many good movies,” “Taxes are way too low,” “I‘m so happy to be stuck in traffic,” and “My apartment has way too much storage space.”
Here are the five most walkable neighborhoods and communities in and around San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego.
Rent or buy? It is a question many Orange County apartment dwellers ponder every year, and most don’t factor for commute times when they decide where to live next. Living in an apartment is great for a variety of reasons, but the most obvious is – Location, Location, Location.
With fresh water supplies dwindling while California’s population continues to grow, everyone here is being asked to cut down on water consumption.