Much has been made in the media over the past five years over the big numbers of millennials seeking apartments rather than single family homes. Now, in the past year, the discussion has shifted to the newest noted generation, dubbed Gen Z. But the preference of apartment renting is not isolated to just these two generations or people under 30. Apartment living spans across all boundaries of age and other demographics. There truly is an apartment out there for everyone, no matter which generation best describes you. Read the rest of this entry »
Moving for work? After an internship far away? Playing like George Clooney in Up in the Air? You’ll need somewhere to stay for the next few months, and finding good temporary housing can be quite a hassle. Hotels are always an option but if you’re looking for something a little more personal than a suitcase and generic artwork, you may want to take a peek at furnished apartments in your new area. Apartments offer not only greater space and amenities at a better price, they also offer you somewhere to really call home, at least for a little while! Read the rest of this entry »
There’s a new workplace reality and it doesn’t involve a cubicle. More and more people are pursuing work from home opportunities and choosing to take this lifestyle to a new level. Enter: the digital nomad. These individuals leverage technology to work remotely and live an independent, nomadic lifestyle. From freelance writing to massage therapy, opportunities abound for apartment-run businesses.
These forward-thinkers don’t want to be tied down with moving expenses, shipping, furniture storage, and in some cases, long-term payment plans associated with financing a dream-couch-that-doesn’t-fit-in-your-new-Parisian-loft. Renting a furnished apartment is the perfect solution for people who want to live comfortably and stylishly, but never be tied down. Here are some of the major benefits to choosing furnished digs. Read the rest of this entry »
For the first time in more than 130 years, adults ages 18-34 are more likely to be living in their parents’ home than they are to be living with a spouse or partner in their own house or apartment, reports Pew Social Trends. Are you one these folks? Check out these 8 (somewhat hilarious) signs it may be time to move out of your parent’s place and into an abode of your own. It’s easier and more affordable than you ever imagined! Read the rest of this entry »
The Millennial generation – those who are currently 18 to 34 years old – are choosing to rent apartments rather than buy homes. In fact, a new report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University found that people aged 25 to 34 years old are putting off buying homes for several reasons, including college debt. But financial concerns are only a small factor in many Millennials’ decision to rent apartments. Many simply prefer the lifestyle that renting an apartment affords them over home ownership. Read the rest of this entry »
The next generation of apartment residents is an entrepreneurial, technologically-adept and financially-independent group. They may be too young to venture out on their own yet, but today’s children will be moving out on their own sooner than you might expect and they are excited to soon be living the lifestyle of modern apartment living.
This demographic group, dubbed Generation Z (born between 1994 and 2000), is even more independent than Generation Y and Millennials, with many more of these teens expressing a desire to start their own businesses and hire employees (even though they are still in school). These independent thinkers are likely to choose apartments, in order to have financial stability and live the independent lifestyle they enjoy. Read the rest of this entry »