Are you a Neutral Nora? An Off-White Oscar? A Beige Benjamin? Life can be drab for folks who are afraid of adding color to their décor. If your living
Most people try to not set their homes on fire. But maybe you’re feeling a bit nonconformist. If so, we recommend starting out by setting your kitchen ablaze* since it’s
After the record cold, snowy winter, Americans are emerging from their apartments. After months of being stuck indoors, they are reveling in springtime’s pleasant temperatures and escaping the confines of
Look around your apartment and ask yourself these questions:
Did the 60s call and ask for your shag carpeting back?
Are your walls so white your living room looks like an artless
With Earth Day right around the corner on April 22, we are reminded of how important it is to do our part to help the planet. Apartment residents are some
Choosing between renting and buying is a tough decision, made even more difficult by comparing rent rates, the housing market, lease lengths, neighborhoods, and property taxes, just to name a few. If you’ve been debating whether to rent or buy, you’ve definitely got a lot on your mind. To ease your woes, here are just a few of the pros and cons of renting an apartment vs. buying a home.
As both Earth Day and Arbor Day approach, so too does warmer spring weather and the inspiration to get a little closer to nature. There’s no better time than this
Moving to Austin? The search isn’t just about finding the best Austin apartments. Once you’ve settled on your new digs, you’ll want to know where to explore. Fear not, future
Ever feel like college is sucking the life out of your bank account? You’re not alone. Books, board, tuition, food, gas, phone bills—even having a decent social life can put
As part seven of our series about renting with credit, we’re looking at the way landlords handle renters and their credit. Once you have toured the property, talked with a