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Inspect The Plumbing Before Signing A Lease On A Townhome

Pipes, toilets, and other plumbing essentials are not always on a person's mind when they are searching for a townhome. They set out in search of beauty and elegance while assuming that the things beneath the surface are good to go. However, a variety of different things ... Read More

Commonly Overlooked Benefits Of Apartment Living

Not everyone is cut out for apartment living, but those people that are, receive a host of different benefits that can easily become overlooked. Homeowners have variously sized yards with landscaping that they must maintain. Folks partake in these actions either because they enjoy doing them, it ... Read More

What To Ask Before Renting An Apartment

Searching for a new apartment rental can be a daunting task. It can quickly become overwhelming looking at properties and weighing the pros and cons of each, especially if you are unprepared. Generally, you should consider asking these main questions before renting an apartment.   What Is ... Read More

Tips For Finding Pet-Friendly Apartments

If you own a pet or are considering owning one at some point in the next few months, your apartment search will largely be determined by whether an apartment is pet-friendly. You likely won’t be giving up your pet for an apartment, but you also shouldn’t have ... Read More

Life Hacks For A Winter Lifestyle

As Michigan residents, you’ve probably grown very accustomed to bitterly cold temperatures, ice, and snow. Although annoying andtroublesome, Mother Nature’s winter wrath should not stop you from being the best version of yourself. Consider these life hacks to help conquer the cold and improve your winter lifestyle.   Life ... Read More

A Growing Disparity Between Apartment Types

A recent study has indicated that there is a growing disparity between one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments throughout the United States.   The National Rent Report   Zumper recently compiled information from over one million active listings, asking tenants for information about their units. This information was processed to create the National ... Read More

Breaking Your Lease

If you’ve recently been informed that you need to move for work, or if you’ve simply had enough of your property manager, it may be time to start apartment hunting again. But what if you still have a substantial amount of time left on your current lease? ... Read More

Warming Your Apartment On A Budget

Do you dread receiving your heating and electric bill during the winter months? If so, you’re not alone. Data from the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Energy Information Administration indicates that Michigan ranks second overall nationally for the highest natural-gas consumption per consumer, with many renters ... Read More

Tips For Moving This Winter

Winter is a great time to begin renting an apartment or townhome. The season is typically not a peak season for renters, and property managers may be willing to negotiate certain financial aspects of your lease as an incentive to move. But for many, the thought of ... Read More

Staying Healthy This Winter

Winter is the time when most people fall victim to sickness. The season brings about stomach bugs, colds, and the flu, among other nasty infections. Getting sick could potentially knock you out of commission for weeks, keeping you holed up in your apartment. It can affect your ... Read More