Posts Tagged ‘apartments for rent’

In the past, a vast majority of potential renters would open a local newspaper or hope to observe a for-rent sign in a window to find their next home. After plenty of phone calls and appointment for tours, a rental would finally be located. Today, renters can simply open their browser and access dedicated apartment...

Looking for a rental has changed a lot in the past decade. No longer is the search confined to reading through classifieds or chasing after real estate agents. In the digital world, there are a lot of sites available to search for your apartments online. There are sites that offer a simple search, while others give...

Let’s say you’re in a city for a short period, whether traveling through for work, pleasure or family. You may find yourself in need for a place to stay for a few weeks or a couple of months. Not too long, but long enough for a hotel to be too expensive or to impose yourself as a guest of a friend or family member....

When looking for a rental property, one key thing to remember is that you’re also interviewing the real estate agent. While you may assume the agent will do their job, this isn’t always the case. Like all careers, there are some people in real estate who, as harsh as this is to say, don’t care about their work as long...

During the exciting search for a new place to stay apartment sellers are always sure to show you the finest points of the apartment. The many bathrooms they can offer, the different room sizes, the spacious living areas, the newest and most up to date appliances in the kitchen, or not so up to date. Once they give you...

Moving into a new apartment can be a daunting task. You’ve found the apartment, the rent is perfect. You’ve emptied the boxes. Set up the furniture, just the way you like it. Everything is excellent. There’s just one thing. You have to meet new neighbors, and hopefully they are good neighbors.   [poll...

Is it possible that almost every rental in Manhattan is occupied? Yes, numbers don’t lie. According to a new market report, there is only 1.07 percent of rentals available in Manhattan, lowest in three years. That’s unbelievable! If demand for rentals and supply of rentals continue to increase at the same pace they...

Whether you own or rent a home, you never want to pay in utilities more than you have to. The question is can you lower your monthly bills? I’m happy to inform you that the answer is YES. There are many ways you can save money on your energy bill, water bill even gas bill. The key is to plan and be consistent with...

When deciding to buy a property, there are several good benefits you can get by hiring a real estate agent. A good agent has a great insight about current conditions in real estate market and can provide you with more specific listings, good legal advice and even negotiate a good deal for you. But they are also...

If you live in New York or Chicago, you must have heard about these terms. Not just that you heard about them, you probably wish you have rented one of those apartments. Both of them involve rent regulation, but they have different sets of regulation. According to the 2011 NYC Housing and Vacancy Survey, there are...

[poll id=”2″] OK, so you made a decision that you will rent an apartment. What is the first thing that you think about? Price? Location? Quality of the apartment? I can recall when I was looking for the apartment in NYC, all I cared was the location and the price; I really didn’t care about the quality of the apartment...

Browsing different real estate sites, like Craigslist, Zillow, Apartments.com, is always the first step for you to find your next rental apartment. Am I right? Scammers know this too. Don’t always trust those nice pictures or wordings easily. When you find an apartment that’s very cheap in a good location, chances are...