Category Archives: Rental Tips & Advice

What Is Subleasing?

Subleasing might not be the most sensical option for those looking for more flexibility or to exit their lease penalty-free. But it’s certainly an appealing one. In this article, we’re detailing the numerous aspects of subleasing, including the laws and regulations surrounding subletting and some steps you can take if you think it’s the best…

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3 Smart Tips for Adapting to a Strict Budget in 2023

By Katlyn Eriksen Nearly 15 million renter households in the United States are considered cost-burdened, meaning they spend more than 30% of their income on rent and utilities. With rents at historic highs, adapting to a tighter budget may be necessary for many, especially if you’re looking to move or are navigating life changes, like getting laid off.…

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Seven Signs that An Apartment is Really Dog-Friendly

By Matt Mitchum If you have a furry companion in your household, moving apartments can mean looking for a place that is truly friendly to pet ownership. This is especially true if you have a dog. While most apartments will allow small, well-behaved cats, dog-friendliness is a unique trait that only some communities share. The…

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The Complete Guide to Renting with Roommates

Choosing whether you should rent with roommates is a difficult decision. Not only do you face the stress of locating a trustworthy colocataire. You also have to be honest with yourself about your lifestyle preferences. In this guide, we’re examining the aspects that accompany living with a roommate. Choosing to live with a roommate is…

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Why Renting a Middle-Floor Apartment Is Your Best Bet

by Susan Mack We've all been here: you're looking through apartment ads, and when you see a house you like, you start looking at its merits critically. What's the cost? Is the neighborhood safe? What's the state of facilities and public transportation around the apartment complex?  Unfortunately, we frequently forget to consider the floor the…

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