Some days, you’re bursting with energy and ready to greet the world with a smile. On other occasions, all you want to do is sit on your patio wearing PJs with your favorite drink in one

Your road bike is your life — but it takes up all the room in your apartment. It’s time to give your bike a home of its own!

Make those warm summer evenings on the patio with friends even cozier

Most residential rental housing units are required to have a "kitchen," however,

After the chill of winter and spring, the higher temperatures of summer can be a welcome change. But depending on where you live, summer weather can easily go from delightfully warm to sweltering and stifling. If

Whether you’re moving into your very first solo apartment, downsizing to a

Over the years, you’ve filled your apartment with things you love —

Furnished or unfurnished: that is the question. Should you look for an

With an explosive housing and rental market, it's more complicated than ever to secure a lease! From negotiating a lease to writing a letter of intent, what you’ll need to do to find a lease looks

“I just cleaned, how is there already dust again?” We’ve all become

When you moved in, everything seemed pristine. The tiles? Gleaming. The stovetop? Spotless. The carpet? Brand new! However, you quickly started finding roaches hidden in cracks, crevices, and cupboards after your move.

Recycling, valet trash, dumpsters, and garbage chutes. There are many ways to get rid of waste at your apartment — but what kind of waste belongs where?

You may think of mailbox break-ins as a distant and unlikely possibility. However, according to research published by NBC News, mail theft has skyrocketed by more than 600% over the last few years.

You’re all moved into your new apartment. The layout is excellent, the work commute is a breeze, and the kitchen is impressive. But after taking your first shower in your new home, you notice that your skin and hair feel drier than ever!

For many college students and first-time renters, the possibility of frozen pipes is the last thing on their minds when they return home for the holidays. Yet, those who attempt to save money by turning off the heat while they’re away may be in for an unwelcome surprise.

Nothing ruins the summer months more than the appearance of unwelcome pests in your apartment. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do something about it! Take back your apartment this summer with these easy tips on dealing with three of the most common — and dangerous summer — pests!

If you’ve been living solo for a while, the holiday season may mark the first time you’ll see your extended family in a long time. You may already be dreading spending your long weekends cooped up with nosy aunts and spoiled cousins!

Hosting guests can be stressful when you have a spare room, but it can feel straight-up impossible when you live in a studio or a small flat. In reality, you don’t need to turn away your friends and family because of a lack of space.

Are you looking to settle down in more ways than one? If you’re not sure where to find love, but you’re certain you want to, check out the best cities for dating and find out what makes them hotspots for singles!

It’s September, which means fall is upon us. The air is getting cooler, pumpkins are getting spicier, and the trees are getting orange-ier? But changing leaves aren’t the only things you’re watching. That’s right; it’s football season!

Are you in the process of looking for a new home? Whether you live alone or you’re relocating with your roommates, you’re probably weighing all of your housing options. Houses and apartments are the two obvious choices, but have you considered tiny houses?

Trying to decide whether you should live upstairs or downstairs in an apartment building can feel like a weighty decision — because it is!

A self-guided apartment tour allows you to explore a space at your leisure, taking your time to check out all the features or amenities the apartment has to offer.

When searching for your perfect home, there are plenty of big decisions to make – and one of those is deciding the kind of space you want. Renting a house isn’t the same as renting an apartment! Leasing a home does have its benefits, but it also has several drawbacks you should consider.

Moving into a new place can be exciting—but also a little overwhelming. Where do you start? How did you end up with so much stuff, anyway? And how many boxes will it take to pack all

From midwestern charm to the country’s best barbeque, Kansas City, Missouri has

Gone are the days of moving out in your teens and owning

As a tenant, you must understand the fine print and legal jargon

It comes every year, whether you’re ready for it or not. It can pass uneventfully, or it can wreak havoc on your life. It’s invasive, it’s sneezy, and it’s no fun at all.

It’s flu season!

It’s a match made in heaven. You and your best friend binge-watch the same shows, order the same thing at Chipotle, and even use the same type of laundry detergent. So, what could possibly go wrong if you two tried to live together?

Can you do the splits? No, not that kind! Not banana splits, either. We’re talking about splitting the rent fairly with your roommates. Don’t let this issue ruin what could be an extremely rewarding (and cost-effective) living experience.

A former college roommate is looking to establish himself in a new city—your city. Being a nice person, you agree to give him a place to crash temporarily, but just until she gets set up at his new job and finds an apartment of his own.

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