Traditional breakups are tough. The kind where you go through the minor inconveniences of finding a new coffee shop to frequent or getting a new gym membership to avoid unwanted
Landlords and property managers use various factors to determine your eligibility to rent an apartment, including credit scores, background checks, rental history, and more. One factor that can make or
Are you studying abroad in the United States for only one semester? Or did you sign up for a summer-long internship in a different state? There are endless reasons you might be interested in a short-term rental, but you may find that landlords and property managers are less willing to consider this type of lease. If that’s true of your situation, consider these tips to help you find (or negotiate) a short-term lease!
‘Tis the season for spending time with loved ones, getting stuffed on delicious food, and quite possibly, doling out more cash than anticipated. As joyous as those holiday bells can be, the attached holiday expenses can take a toll on your wallet.
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.
Renting your first apartment comes with several other firsts in tow, like finding roommates, managing your bills, and figuring out just how much furniture you need to fill your space. With this guide, you’ll learn what furniture is a must when moving into your new apartment and what pieces you can pause on purchasing.
With temperatures steadily on the rise, it can be tempting to spend all your time in the comfort of the air-conditioned indoors. But if you stay in, there’s a chance you’ll feel like you’re missing out on the things you could be doing outdoors.