There are obvious things to consider when choosing what apartment to rent; number of bedrooms, floor plan, square footage, etc. Apart from the apartment itself, there are some key aspects to consider that you may easily overlook especially if you’re a first time renter.
As if packing up your entire apartment isn’t hard enough, you also have to leave your apartment empty and unharmed. And chances are you’re running on limited time to get it all done. But if you want to get a portion of your security deposit back, and you do, giving your apartment an extra scrub is a must.
There are an endless number of products, furniture, etc., that you could purchase for your new home, but how many of those things do you actually need? We’ve compiled a list of seven you really shouldn’t go without below.
The appeal of roommate life is how there’s always someone around to keep you company and share in your interests, but what makes the arrangement even better is the reduced cost of living from splitting rent and utilities.
Need some ideas for what to gift a first time apartment renter? Or maybe you’re the one moving into a new apartment and need help shopping for yourself. At any rate, we’ve got a few ideas on new apartment gifts outside of silly doormats, oven mitts, and kitchen towels.
With fresh water supplies dwindling while California’s population continues to grow, everyone here is being asked to cut down on water consumption.
The summer season is just around the corner, so it’s a great time to start thinking about getting your apartment summer ready. One of the major benefits of renting vs. owning is that if something breaks you can call the maintenance crew over to check out the problem.