Posts Tagged ‘apartment rentals’

A credit score can be the difference between receiving credit or finding yourself unable to finance anything from a car to a home. Building credit takes time, with you paying the rent on time being consistently reported to the various credit agencies. As an individual, it is important to regularly check your credit...

Digital technology has changed how rental properties are advertised and searched for, but the changes haven’t stopped happening. What’s possible in the future when searching for an apartment, and where could technology take us to help me finding an apartment a better and more efficient experience is an interesting...

Almost every apartment search starts online It probably looks something like this: you go online, google “apartment for rent in XXX city” and click on top results. Well, the words you just typed in Google are the most popular apartment related keywords in Google keyword planner. They have more than 823,000 searches...

New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and other large cities in the U.S. are broker dominated markets. If you are buying or selling a home, real estate broker is important for many reasons but do we really need them to find and rent an apartment? At one point in time, real estate broker played an important role in...

The future cannot be known. We don’t know what will happen next week, let alone a few months in the future. Everything can be planned and it can look great on paper but reality is that future frequently brings unexpected surprises; positive or negative. When you signed the apartment lease you planned to be in the...

“My current roommate is moving out so how can I find a new one?” Finding a right roommate is extremely important, you want to find somebody you can trust and who will pay his share of rent on time. You have to remember that whoever you choose, you will have to live with that person for some period of time and you will...

I love this question. Browsing through different websites, I always see the same articles regarding home rentals: “Buying a home is much cheaper than renting!”, “Why people continue renting, if their monthly rent can cover mortgage payments?” and “American dream is to own a home, not rent it!” I don’t disagree with...