B2B Freelance Content Writer specializing in real-estate, marketing, and business growth.
I used my experience from my many cross country moves for this article. I also used my experience as a property manager. Many of these suggestions are sources I would provide to new residents.
Evictions can be tough. But, they are also easily avoidable. I wanted to use my experience as a property manager to help my readers know how to avoid being evicted from their home.
Looking for a new apartment can be a fun and exciting opportunity. You need to know how to spot the good ones before the tour though. Your time is valuable. This blog post shows my readers how to spot a good apartment before they walk in the door.
You may be driving your landlord nuts without knowing it. Check out what makes property managers crazy.
When you move you have to pay the security deposit before you get your keys. How much should you expect to pay?
Have you moved recently? You will need to have your mail forwarded to your new home. But, how does that work?
The apartment hasn't changed, but the price sure has. Why do apartment prices fluctuate?
When cleaning your apartment, don't mix these combinations!
Are you ready to move off campus and into your first apartment? Learn what to expect when you make the move.
Expecting an important package? There are many ways you can have it safely delivered to your apartment.
Signing your first lease can feel intimidating. But, understanding some lease terms will help you understand the process.
When you move, setting up your utilities is an important step. What is involved?
That potential roommate may make a good first impression. But, you want to do your research before you let a new roommate move in.
There's nothing worse than bedbugs! Take these tips to identify and avoid them.
You may think an apartment complex and apartment community are the same things. They are actually different. How so?
Living with a roommate can be wonderful or challenging. Learn how to find the best roommate for you.
Some apartment rules may surprise you. Learn about some of those rules and avoid getting on your landlord's bad side.
Rent referral rewards are easy. Learn how to earn yours today.
When you need a roommate, not just anyone will do. Write an advertisement that gets you a great roommate.
A perk of renting is that you don't have to repair your own apartment. But, a small tool kit still comes in hand. What needs to be in there though?
There are many perks to living on the bottom level. Some might change your mind about that first-floor apartment.
When you are searching for a new apartment price point is the most important. But, how do you find a place that fits your needs and your budget?
Moving to the south? Learn what to expect when you move.
Though they may look the same from the outside, condos and apartments aren't the same. Learn about the differences between the two.
Moving to the north is a big change. Not just with your wardrobe either. Learn about what to expect when moving up north.
Searching for your new dream home? Check out this checklist to find the best place for you.
Life happens, and sometimes you must break your lease. Learn what is required so you aren't caught off guard.
When you move changing your address is an important step. Learn what is involved in the process.
When cleaning your apartment some chemicals do not play well together. Learn what to use and what to avoid.
Corporate relocation services are great when you accept that new dream job. What can you expect from a corporate relocation service?
Your local library has a plethora of resources. Learn how you can use those resources to yuor benefit.
There's a lot of history behind rent control. Learn about it's history and how it works today.
What factors affect when you sign a lease? The facts may surprise you.
Have you received an eviction notice? Hopefully, you will never be in this postion. If you are, you need to know your rights.
Rent increases are a part of leasing. But, what should you do when you recieve that notice?
A perk of renting is that most repairs are covered by management. But, what are you responsible for? What will mainteannce fix?
There's nothing worse than an eviction. If you are in that position, you need to understand the process.
Moving is a top stress for many. But it doesn't have to be with proper preperation.
When you have a disability you have rights as a renter. Understanding your rights is vital when renting.
Cleaning your apartment for a move-out is important to get your deposit back. What is involved?
So many people don't have renters insurance. Some who have, don't understand what it covers. This post will uncover what renters insurance is and why it is so important.
Apartment applications require so much information. You may be wondering when the property manager is going to ask for your first born. But, it is all important information and there is a reason it's all required.
If you are disabled, looking for an apartment to suit your needs can feel overwhelming. But, you have rights and you can find a place that works for you. This post dives into the specific features to look during the tour, and your rights as a disabled person looking for housing.
Co-ops are bigger in the metropolitan areas, but I was still interested in the topic. Through through research, I provided my readers with an in-depth guide to co-op apartments.
I've commuted long and short distances for my work. There are a number of things I look for when moving. I was able to use my experience here to help my readers.
When I lived in Bellevue, I lived in a mother in law home. My mother cared for my grandmother until she passed so I know how important mother in laws homes can be.
Your house is one of your biggest investments. You want to sell in a strong market if you can. In this post we will talk about things to look for in a strong market.
There are a number of certifications you can earn to grow your real estate career. These certifications benefit your cleints and make you a competitive agent.
Property management can be a lucrative career. But, there are some things you need to know before you become a landlord.
You've probably heard of section 8 housing. Many have, it's subsidized housing for those who fall into a specific income category. But, not many know much more about this program. I used my experience as a former low income tax credit housing property manager to give you my perspective of Section 8 housing.