New Orleans Downtown Skyline
Does it feel like rent prices get higher and higher every year? You’re not far off. According to a report from RealPage, rent rates have been rising nationwide by about 2.6% every year for the last eight years.
But don’t despair! There’s hope for cheaper rent out there if you’re brave enough to make the move. Here are the top U.S. cities where rent is decreasing. Read the rest of this entry »
Would you rather spend a night on the town, or a night on the backyard patio? Walk to brunch on the weekends, or wake up to fields of green and chirping birds? Be close to the action, or have some space to breathe?
There are no wrong answers! Still, between suburban vs. urban living, it’s a tough call. We’ll help you weigh the pros and cons so you can find an apartment in the part of town that works best for you and your lifestyle. Read the rest of this entry »
Your student ID is great for getting you into the library for a late night study sesh, or into the dining hall for some quality mealtime with friends. But did you know that the value of your student ID extends beyond campus? It could help you save big in every department, from tech to travel. Check out our list of student discounts to see how you could start saving money today. Read the rest of this entry »
Big D. D-Town. Metroplex. Believe it or not, there’s much more to Dallas than cowboy hats and rodeos! Downtown Dallas is home to famous art museums, performing arts centers, world-famous restaurants, and some truly incredible apartments. Learn all about the best apartments in downtown Dallas, and you’ll quickly see: Big D is the place to be! Read the rest of this entry »
Chicago skyline looking east
Chicago is only as good as its neighborhoods. Luckily, they’re pretty amazing!
Want to know which up and coming Chicago neighborhoods practically guarantee a standout experience for you and your friends? Want to know where to go for the best sights, sounds, and activities? Here’s your rundown: Read the rest of this entry »
On Sabine Street Bridge in Downtown Houston
Great food? Top-notch Theater district? More parks than any other top-10 metro area? That’s Houston, Texas, baby! If you’re single, H-Town ticks off all the boxes: countless job opportunities, world-class universities, temperate weather, affordable housing, and a never-ending list of cool things to do. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re like most new college graduates (or if you’re a student who’s about to graduate), you’re eager to find a job and perhaps you’re itching to settle down in a big city.
But where should you scratch that big-city itch? There are so many choices!
Here’s a list of five of the best cities for recent graduates (in alphabetical order) that you should consider as you map out your life after college. Read the rest of this entry »
You’re seriously craving a BLT with double bacon and a side of coleslaw… but you can’t bear to peel yourself away from the last season of your favorite show. What’s a hungry guy or gal to do?
Fortunately, there’s a solution that doesn’t require leaving your apartment or even putting on shoes. When you need something scrumptious with minimal effort and zero cleanup, try one of these food delivery apps* that’ll bring your favorite eats right to your apartment door! Read the rest of this entry »
You just moved across the country for a three-month work contract. Your clothes are neatly organized in your new closet, your comforter is on the bed, and your furnished apartment is perfect… almost. You have everything you need except peace and quiet, thanks to your noisy neighbors. Is there anything you can do that won’t damage the apartment but still help you get a quiet night’s sleep? Fortunately, yes! Whether you’re dealing with a bustling intersection outside your window or noisy upstairs neighbors, these no-fuss tricks will help you curb the noise in any short-term rental.
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There’s no denying that loud neighbors can have quite a negative impact on your life. They can make it hard to sleep, study, watch a movie, and just live in peace! We’ve provided helpful suggestions for dealing with noisy neighbors before, and even helped make sure YOU’RE not the noisy neighbor. If your neighbor hasn’t responded to repeated (and polite) requests to keep it down, then it might be time to get serious with an official noise complaint. Read the rest of this entry »