As apartment residents get ready to head out on their summer vacations – and enjoy the amenities their own cities and apartment communities have to offer – one of the primary things they look forward to is visiting their favorite restaurants and discovering new foods, beverages and desserts. We discovered some of the best shops and restaurants for delicious food this summer, and are revealing which cities are home to the award-winning eateries.
New York, N.Y. : Arguably the best city for foodies in the U.S., it is difficult to pick just one restaurant to feature here. But we did find a very unique shop to help keep you cool this summer: Big Gay Ice Cream, which has locations in the East Village and the West Village. The shop’s soft-serve ice cream is served with eclectic toppings and the cones have fun names like Bea Arthur, Gobbler and Mermaid. Read the rest of this entry »
Spring is officially here and Americans couldn’t be happier. The blizzards and cold temperatures in the Northeast, Midwest, and even the South have made everyone stir crazy. We all can’t wait to get out and enjoy the outdoors. We have found that certain U.S. cities offer more for those who like to get out and hike, bike, attend festivals and simply enjoy the weather.
Here are some of the top U.S. cities to live in, to enjoy spring: Read the rest of this entry »
On Tuesday, November 11, we celebrate Veterans Day in the U.S. There really is nothing more important than thanking our veterans who have served this country in World War II, the Vietnam War, in Afghanistan and Iraq, and other military actions throughout the world. They have made the ultimate sacrifice to ensure that we – and our families – live peaceful lives in the country that we love. The millions of active duty and reserve Americans serving in the U.S. Army, the Navy, the Marines and the National Guard also deserve our wholehearted support on this day and every day throughout the year.
We also honor the thousands of apartment communities across this great land, which house many of our country’s active duty military and veterans. Service men and women who live in apartments realize that this type of housing often offers them the best opportunities and lifestyle for themselves and their families. Read the rest of this entry »
San Diego apartments have ordinarily been hard to rent, but declining housing sales are starting to make a dent in the apartment drought.
Now Easier to Find San Diego Apartments
The slumping housing market is expected to boost San Diego rentals and the rental market, which is traditionally pretty tight, with a vacancy rate of under 5 percent. The housing market has actually fallen 30 percent since late 2005. And since 2006, more than 71 new housing projects have been taken off the market. In these San Diego apartments, new homes and condo conversions, there is a total of more than 4,930 units.
San Diego Apartment Rentals: An Increasing Supply
Analysts expect that these San Diego apartments, condos and homes will eventually be put up for rent, adding to the supply of apartments for rent in San Diego. However, with the drop in homeownership because of foreclosures and mortgage rejections, it means there are more people interested in finding California apartments. No doubt, this situation will be keeping apartment managers and landlords very busy.
Finding San Diego Apartments
Declining housing sales may mean that there will be more San Diego apartments, condos and houses for renters to choose from. More supply and more options in San Diego will be beneficial for those looking for apartments to rent.
If you’re looking to find an apartment in San Diego, we’re here to help. Check out our moving center for an apartment moving checklist so your move goes as smoothly as possible. We also offer up to $200 as an apartment renting reward just for locating your new San Diego apartment with us! Our goal at ApartmentSearch.com is to make finding an apartment easy for you.