Month-to-month leases are great for short-term stays — but you might be surprised to know that there are a few things you should consider before signing on the dotted line.
Read on to learn more about month-to-month leases and what you should keep in mind if you’re considering signing one.
Will you only be in town for the summer?
Do you have a serious case of wanderlust?
Are you searching for a new job but unsure where it might be?
Is the thought of signing a long-term contract enough to get you pulling out the Pepto?
If so, you may want to think about renting with a month-to-month lease. If you’re not ready or able to commit to a fixed-term lease, the flexibility might be exactly what you need. Read on to learn more about why you may (or may not) want to think about a different form of leasing.
Maybe your car broke down and your hard-earned savings went straight to the mechanic. Perhaps you didn’t get the hours you needed at work, and your paycheck was already lacking to begin with. Whatever the reason, sometimes life happens and you end up being late on rent. If you’re a few days behind on rent, read on to find out what to expect. More importantly, learn how you may be able to get your landlord to (hopefully) cut you a little slack.
When trying to find an apartment, it can often be difficult to find an apartment that meets all your needs. Many renters are looking for a nontraditional living situation. For
Though it can sometimes be tough to find, renting an apartment with a month-to-month lease may be your best bet if you have short-term needs or plans that are