What started as a little book, turned into a hugely successful Netflix show called Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. And now, thrift stores are inundated with bags upon bags of used clothing.
Renting your first apartment can be an exciting time! But it’s not a decision to go into lightly, especially since you’ll likely be committing to at least a one-year lease.
So, you’ve narrowed it down to your top choices, gone down the “Yelp rabbit hole” and are finally ready to see the units and apartment communities in person. What do you when you tour with the landlord or leasing company? Here are some crucial items many excited renters forget to ask that come back to haunt them.
With many Newport Beach properties boasting impeccable finishes, sparkling pools, outdoor fire pits and activities galore, “home” can feel like a never-ending vacation. Looking for an apartment for rent in Newport Beach? Here are our top luxury apartments.
Landlords and rental companies look for consistency in rent payments and to see if any money is owed to a prior landlord or apartment manager. However, if you’ve had bankruptcies, evictions, foreclosures, or unpaid loans or credit cards, this may be a red flag to them as well.
Baby proofing an apartment can be overwhelming. Where do you start? With all the corners, stove tops and power outlets, it’s enough to make your already sleepless nights even worse. We’ve put together some quick tips on finding apartments that are baby-friendly as well as tips on baby proofing those danger zones.