Moving is an expensive process. A $1,170 process in fact, according to an average from the American Moving & Storage Association – and that’s when you’re staying in the same state! If you’re looking for ways to cut costs on your next move, start with the basics. You won’t find movers or a moving truck for free, so take advantage of these ten places you can find free moving boxes! Read the rest of this entry »
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Are you moving to a new city and have no idea where to live? Are you at a loss trying to find a new neighborhood and apartment? If you’re looking for a place to live from a distance, it can be difficult to get a feel for the area or what apartments really look like. Fortunately, ApartmentSearch.com can help simplify the process.
Not only does ApartmentSearch.com provide information on apartments in a variety of price ranges, but you can map your commute, research crime statistics, cost of living, school ratings and things to do. This will help you get a better feel for the neighborhoods in your new city before you sign a lease.
Once you’ve found your new apartment, let CORT furnish it! By renting furniture, you can get quality pieces to furnish every room of your home at a fraction of the cost. CORT will set up all of your furniture for you, saving you the time and hassle of lugging heavy sofas, beds and tables to a new city. Plus, if you sign your lease by using ApartmentSearch.com, you will be rewarded with $100 VISA gift card and $100 in CORT Bucks, which are valid at any CORT showroom nationwide to buy or rent furniture for your new place!
For more information, please visit ApartmentSearch.com or visit the ApartmentSearch.com blog for design and lifestyle tips.
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In the middle of the Mojave Desert, the world-renowned City of Las Vegas offers residents a unique living experience. From the 24-hour casinos to spectacular shows to exquisite dining, this buzzing city has no short supply famous attractions. Even if the Strip doesn’t appeal to you, there are plenty of amazing things to do in Las Vegas. When you’re ready to get out of your new apartment in Las Vegas, explore some of our favorite locals’ attractions:
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Fifteen miles from the Vegas Strip, the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area offers the best sites of the Mojave Desert. This beautiful conservation area showcases red rock formations with scenic views. While visiting the area, you can partake in a wide variety of activities. From hiking and biking to rock climbing and even horseback riding, there’s something for every nature enthusiast to enjoy. Read the rest of this entry »
This Colorado city in the mountains gets much praise for its culture, natural beauty, and activities. Why, exactly? Here are the top five reasons Denver is just really, really cool.
1. It’s smart
According to the New York Times, Denver’s population of young, educated people has increased 47% since 2000. Additionally, Forbes rated Denver as tied for No. 6 City Gaining the Most College Graduates. A combination of work and play attracts the young professional crowd that looks to start new careers in fun cities. Careers for young people are not something Denver is short of, either – its industries are booming in the high-density downtown area, particularly with technology and startups.
2. It’s beautiful
Denver really is a mile high and the largest city in a vast region, making for quite spectacular scenery. Snowboarding, skiing and hiking are the obvious attractions for being situated in the mountains, but Denver boasts its natural qualities in many ways. It began one of the first large-scale municipal bike sharing system, and has amazing city parks. Even a walk from your apartment in Denver to downtown – there’s no way to not enjoy the beauty. Read the rest of this entry »
Unbeknownst to many Americans, Cincinnati was actually one of the first major cities established after the American Revolution. Cincinnati became a boomtown in the 1800s, often fondly referred to as the “Paris of America” for its elaborate architecture projects. These projects and the city’s lengthy history contribute to the extensive number of historical sites found in Cincinnati. Here are a few of our favorite historical attractions to visit next time you’re in Cincinnati.
Over-the-Rhine is a historic neighborhood in urban Cincinnati believed to be the largest intact historical district in the country. Founded by German immigrants, Over-the-Rhine has several distinct districts within the neighborhood. Comparable in architectural significance to the New Orleans French Quarter or Greenwich Village in New York City, Over-the-Rhine features a unique mix of styles popular in the late 1800s, including Greek Revival, Queen Anne, and Italianate. Read the rest of this entry »