Posts Tagged ‘location’

If you are a real estate agent or broker, you have one goal in mind. You want to close deals as efficiently as possible. In the old days, it was hard to be efficient, but that is no longer the case. Now, you have multiple pieces of technology available. This makes it easy to close more deals in a shorter period. Check...

While many renters have shoulder the high rents as a tradeoff for location or space, it looks as though that burden is only going to increase. Many of today’s renters have to accept high rents due to the lack of inventory to match the demand. For those who can afford to make the jump from renter to homeowner, it seems...

When it comes to the beauty of St. Louis, nothing captures the brick houses and French style as the three neighborhood district that includes Lafayette Square, Soulard and LaSalle Park. Yet LaSalle Park provides the most interesting tale because it was a case of revitalization through the determination of the city and...

One of the first settlements in Franklin Count was Franklinton, which was eventually annexed into Columbus. Today, the neighborhood is located immediately west of downtown and includes the Bottoms. This area was so named due to the fact that the land itself is lower than the Olentangy and Scioto rivers. As a result, a...

Within the city of Columbus is a natural location for brewery, due to the meeting of the Scioto River, a spring-fed ravine and the Columbus Feeder canal. This plenty in terms of water and ability to transport their goods made the location ideal for building breweries. First brewery was opened in 1836, but others soon...

Milwaukee is known for a variety of culturally significant items, including college sports and beer brewing. This large and vibrant city combines the industrial with the residential and social aspects of a diverse community. One neighborhood that provides an example of the natural beauty in this city is Bay View. This...

The capital of Indiana offers a small town feel with the amenities of a large urban center. Rocky Ripple, nestled northwest of Indianapolis’ city center, this quiet little district provides nature lovers a variety of activities close to the city. Originally, this was a small independent community was incorporated into...

For many in the housing industry, there are a myriad of discussions as to why Millennials are not making the move into home ownership. Reasons listed include the economy, student loan debt and struggling to save for a down payment. While these might have some bearing on their decision to remain renters, others have...

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...

The days of searching for an apartment while being tied to a home or office based computer have disappeared. Welcome to the world of the apartment renting app! The first mobile apps were just a smaller version of their desktop sites, providing listings but lacking real functionality. But as time went on, input from a...

Many people say that finding an apartment for rent in New York City is one of the most stressful experiences in their life. Why is that? Because it’s so hard to find a good apartment, in good location, within the budget. But if you are in Midwest, you’re lucky. It is much easier here to get an apartment rental you...

[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...