We all know that apartments don’t give you the same space as a house and space in most apartments aren’t that spacious themselves. You have to work with what you get and there are many ways to broaden the space you’re given no matter the size of your apartment.
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Whether you are looking to rent a house, apartment or town home, there are important things you should ask before scribbling your John Hancock and submitting a security deposit. If this is your first time signing a rental agreement, it can be especially exciting and cause otherwise important questions to slip your mind. Filling out paperwork and being deemed a responsible tenant is just the first step. Stay excited! Just sign your agreement after you read your full paperwork and have the answers to the following questions.
When downsizing to a large two-bedroom home to a smaller one-bedroom, it can be hard to reconfigure the space of your new home. But instead of selling all of your large pieces of furniture and getting rid of your memories, there are some stylish ways to set up your new small space you should think about. (more…)
You are offered a new job and have decided to sell your current house on the residential sales market and find a new home a few counties over. Great! You have a plan. But what are you going to do first: buy it or sell it? There are two different options you can start with when planning a move. But which one is better? Well, let’s talk about both of them! (more…)
If you plan on purchasing a rental property, you can’t just rely on location as your main selling point. Residential leasing can be tricky, but it is also a very lucrative opportunity. From selecting the right property management service to finding tenants, what are some of the factors to consider when establishing a good rental property? (more…)
While most homebuyers believe a residential sale is the best procedure when moving, residential leasing is an option that is becoming more and more popular. Whether residential selling or leasing is right for you will be dependent on a number of factors. Carefully consider not only your current lifestyle, but your future needs as well. Here are some reasons why residential leasing may be for you. (more…)
For a residential leasing company, tenant turnover is inevitable. Through career changes, income increases or decreases, and family growth, there are a multitude of reasons why a tenant would need to move. With that being said, a leasing company needs to do everything in its power to foster long-term relationships, which will decrease tenant turnover. (more…)