We can’t all have Martha Stewart’s eye for colors, patterns, and centerpieces. With today’s technology, however, we don’t really need to! Even the most aesthetically oblivious person can create their dream apartment with a little help.
Today’s apartment market has put many renters at a crossroads. In markets where rent is exceedingly difficult to afford, many renters are seeking to forego their solitary lifestyle in favor of co-living.
If you’ve ever filled out an apartment application, you’ve probably wondered, “Did I fill it out right? Did I give the right answers? When the landlord runs my credit, what are they really looking for?”
Labor Day has come and gone, bringing to close another epic summer. Many of us are still feeling the heat, but not for long. Autumn will soon be in full swing, bringing a regalia of colors across the U.S.
Accepting a new job or higher position in a new city can be one of the best experiences of your career. It can also be very disorienting. Grocery store prices, your commute, and even the local language may be different!
Cats love apartments. The sunlight streaming through the windows. The comfy chair or couch on which to spend afternoons. The screened-in patio to go on lizard-hunting adventures.
Moving to a different country and living abroad is challenging, different and foreign, but it’s something everyone can learn a lesson or two from.
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.
You’ve scoured the internet to find the perfect apartment, wowed the socks off your future landlord, and picked the perfect color to accent the cabinets in your new kitchen.
It’s time to move and your mind is racing. Who will I hire to move things? What kind of furniture will I buy? Will all the stuff from IKEA fall apart?