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5 Great Tips for Letting Your Property

If you have a property which you’re thinking about letting, you may be wondering about the best way to make this happen. Letting is a complicated process and there are many guidelines and regulations which prospective landlords need to abide by, even before they put their property on the rental market. Because letting out a property isn’t always as straightforward as we might hope,... ❯❯❯

Five Great Money Management Tips for Expats

Deciding to move abroad can be incredible exciting! Whether you’ve planned carefully or thrown caution to the wind, there’s nothing more adventurous than taking off to begin a new life in a new country.  But if you are setting sail for new shores, it’s always important to bear in mind that – no matter where you go, or how light you travel – you will always need a... ❯❯❯

High-Rise Vs. Low-Rise Apartment Living: Which Is Right for You?

For most Americans, the long term goal is to buy a house. It gives you privacy, outdoor space and usually a couple of extra rooms that allow you to stretch out and build a family. But whether it’s for convenience or affordability, millions of Americans live in apartment buildings. That’s nothing at all to be embarrassed about. Some apartments are absolutely gorgeous, and offer all... ❯❯❯

5 Ways to Save Money When You Rent an Apartment

Whether it’s your first apartment or your fifth, if there’s one thing that you always want to accomplish is finding a way to save as much money as possible. After all, being that you’re renting an apartment rather than buying a home, you want to make sure that you are wise about much cash you put towards a space that has a lease rather than a mortgage. So, what are some of the... ❯❯❯

Five Things to Expect from a Storage Company

Looking for an online storage company for the first time can be a little daunting. How can you be sure that you are getting the best deal? Whether you are moving home or simply require more space in your existing property, a storage specialist can help. If you have never used a storage company before, here is what you can expect from their services. Get Great Deals Online Storage solutions... ❯❯❯

5 Things to Do Before Moving Out of An Apartment

Moving out can be incredibly stressful. Not only do you have to pack up everything you own, but you have transport it all to a location that could either be just across town or thousands of miles away. You might not think you have a lot of stuff, but when it comes time to move you’ll undoubtedly be faced with the reality that this couldn’t be farther from the truth. In addition, it is... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Tips for Eco Friendly Apartment Living

It might not be a completely eco-friendly world just yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do your small part. Having an apartment is a perfect way to start living more green. However, anyone that lives in an apartment will tell you that the number one way to lose your deposit is to do any major construction. Yet, that doesn’t mean you can’t add a few temporary details to... ❯❯❯

5 Ways to Improve Your Apartment’s Indoor Air Quality

If you have an apartment in a major urban center, chances are you have a front row seat on how mankind’s actions pollute the atmosphere. There’s been over one hundred years of damage done, with millions of cars on the roads, major manufacturing creating near constant waste, and the energy needs of billions of people launching black clouds of smog into the air. Your natural reaction is... ❯❯❯

The Most Common Apartment Plumbing Problems

Chances are that you have been in that embarrassing situation where you have a guest over and they can’t flush your toilet and you have to tell them to jiggle the handle. Basic plumbing problems run the gamut in apartment buildings. And either due to absentee landlords or a lazy superintendent, it might take weeks to fix these problems. Everyone has been in one of these situations and your... ❯❯❯

5 Famous Sayings About Real Estate

For many, a larger part of the American dream involves owning a home. In medieval times, land was owned not by the people who lived on it, but by noble aristocrats granted titles. And it wasn’t that long ago that only “landed” citizens were allowed to vote, making owning property a must for anyone (well, any male) who wanted a say in his governance. But these days we all just... ❯❯❯