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How to Live a Budget-Friendly Lifestyle

Apartment hunting can be both an exciting and frustrating time in a person's life - especially if it is their first apartment, and they will be learning to live on their own for the first time. In this case, they will more than likely need to come ... Read More

How to Find a College Roommate

If you are new to single living or are a college student looking to rent your own apartment, then you may find that you need a roommate to help balance the rent and all your other financial responsibilities. We have a few tips you can use ... Read More

Tips on How to Make a Rental Feel More Like Home

Sometimes it can be difficult navigating a new apartment or rental because you aren't entirely sure of the limitations you are faced with regarding what you can and cannot do while decorating. However, there are plenty of ways you can make your rental feel more like home ... Read More

First Apartment Essentials You Must Have

It is exciting to begin the process of moving into your very first apartment. You are finally out on your own and have a space you can call home. But along with the excitement, you might find yourself stressed out and worried because you aren't entirely sure ... Read More

Decorating a Small Apartment on a Budget

So, you have recently moved into your new apartment but want to put more of your own personal touch on the space but find yourself with a limited budget and even limited space to do so. If this is the case, we have a few great decorating ... Read More

Apartment Living – Roommate Edition

At some point in your life you will probably find out that living with others isn't always an easy task. Roommates can be hard and can make apartment living more hectic and stressful than it should be unless you are armed with a few helpful tips that ... Read More

Why Millennials Should Rent Rather than Buy

As more and more millennials are climbing the ladder of success and starting a family, their housing choices are becoming more and more important. However, the number of millennials who choose to own a home these days is far lower than that of previous generations like the ... Read More

What Not to Lose in Your Junk Drawer

Junk drawers are definitely a part of the home that we don't always care to admit to. Even if you are normally a very organized person, there is still probably a space in the home that acts as the catch-all for your stuff. It usually isn't until ... Read More

Transferring Utility Services When You Move to a New Apartment

Moving into a new apartment can be both a stressful and exciting time in your life, but it also comes with a long list of things you need to do to ensure a smooth transition from one apartment to the next. Therefore, before you even begin the ... Read More

Reporting Your Rent Payments to Increase Your Credit Score

Rent payments are rarely reported to the three major credit bureaus Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. However, if you don't have a very good credit history, but you do have a good payment history for your rent, it is likely that you will want to find a way ... Read More