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.
Whether you are moving apartments and want to simplify the decorating process, or you’re a student in need of temporary furnishings, or you just want a new look for your place, furniture rental can be a smart way to decorate. And with plenty of options for every scenario, there’s a rental solution for everyone.
Moving apartments is hard enough without the added stress of furnishing your new space. And that becomes even more complicated when you’re moving internationally! After all, you’ve got the prospect of choosing an apartment, coordinating with management for lease types and terms, and getting renters insurance. Add the fact that you’re hundreds (or even thousands) of miles away from your destination, and you’ve got the potential for a massive moving headache.
So what’s a renter headed abroad to do? When it comes to furnishing your space, furniture rental can simplify matters. Whether you’re temporarily relocating for work, changing stations as a military service member, or simply moving to a new country with your family, it’s a way to make the transition a little easier.
So how do you approach the option of international furniture rental? Here are the two things you should know before starting your search.
Furniture rental company CORT just announced that they'll be offering a student discount.
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