Category Archives: Renting

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Things to Consider to Find a Family-Friendly Rental Unit

Rental properties have their own advantages, and they exempt you from the infinite stresses of homeownership. Not only single people but many families also seek to rent considering the benefits. However, you have to keep some factors in mind when searching a rental house or apartment for your family that may not only include the partner and kids but also aging parents and other family members. Read More →

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Things You Must Do before Signing a Lease

Finding the perfect rental is a taxing and time-consuming process. Only a few people have the patience of reading the lease after surviving the lengthy procedure of searching through the listings, paying visits to multiple properties, and finally finding the dream apartment that falls within your budget. Read More →

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4 Ways to Rent an Apartment with No Credit History

Signing the lease for the first apartment is exciting for many young people, but their non-existent credit history is a big setback. Most of the landlords will accept a cosigner, but it will not work if you don’t have someone to vouch for you. Read More →

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Is Suburb a Better Option for the Renters?

According to a report of Consumer Housing Trends by Zillow, almost half of the millennial homeowners are moving to suburbs. The good news is a significant number of renters are also following them. The suburban lifestyle is not everyone’s cup of tea, but it has its unique perks that are hard to find in downtown areas. Read More →

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Is Renting Better than Buying a Home?

Owning a home is almost twice as affordable as renting in terms of monthly payments. Both have their own perks, but renters can have better financial deals when the economy is poor. Many people have made a sizable amount of money just by switching from owning to renting. Read More →

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How Renters and Home Buyers will Fare in 2017?

The rise of mortgage rate at the end of 2016 and its volatile nature since the beginning of 2017 have changed many equations for the buyers and renters in the real estate market. The real estate database company Zillow has recently published an article predicting five factors for the people who are going to rent or have made the big decision of buying a home this year. Read More →

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The Questions to Ask to Get Your Security Deposit Back

Getting security deposit back is one of the main concerns of the renters as soon as they land a new apartment. Most people lose it because of their own mistakes, and others are mostly ignorant about how to deal with the process. We’ve already covered a piece on some tips about how to get it back or at least the most of it after your lease is over. Read More →

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How to Get Your Security Deposit Back

As a tenant, it’s natural for you to expect all of your deposit back at the time of moving out. However, many landlords don’t play fair and don’t pay your full deposit back. Sometimes, they don’t pay any refund at all!
Some useful steps are there that you can take to get your deposit back. Check them out: Read More →

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5 Things to Do Immediately after Moving to a New Place

We’ve already covered a topic on how to find an apartment within a short notice. Moving into a new place is a colossal task. Besides, you have to take care of some things as soon as after the move. Read More →

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5 Ways to Find an Apartment within a Short Notice

You may don’t have any intention to move to another place or at least not in the near future. But, who knows! You never know when life throws you a curve! You may have found a new job that requires you to move halfway across the country within a week or two. Or, a sudden change of circumstance may force you to change your current apartment when it’s just a week or two before your lease is up. Read More →