Renter’s Advice and Resources

Renter’s Advice and Resources

Storage Ideas for Small Spaces

Megan Foukes

 · Oct 25, 2022

Finding enough space to store all your stuff can be tough in a tiny apartment. Sometimes it feels like our belongings are secretly spawning in the night, hell-bent on not only making our apartment look cluttered, but also ensuring that it’s nearly impossible to find anything quickly. Luckily, there are some ways to get back […]

Anyone born after 1960 probably can’t remember life before microwave ovens.

Cassie Damewood

 · Oct 20, 2022

There aren’t many people who actually love cleaning, tidying, or otherwise organizing. There’s a reason these tasks are often referred to as chores. But love it or hate it, cleaning every now and then is necessary to keep your home livable. While seasonal deep cleaning is an important step to keeping on top of your […]

Lisa Wright

 · Oct 18, 2022

Fall is one of the most exciting times of the year. School is back in session, the leaves are changing colors, and the weather has finally cooled down from the brutal summer heat. But did you know that fall is also one of the best times to score a new apartment? October specifically includes more […]

Megan Foukes

 · Oct 13, 2022

Have perfect or good credit? Early or on-time payments? No evictions? You could still be denied residence at an apartment if you are a blacklisted tenant.

What is a blacklisted tenant?

Lisa Wright

 · Oct 6, 2022

Renting can be a complicated process, with lots of different factors to be aware of. Your landlord will usually make you aware of most of the things you need to know upfront, like when rent is due or if you’re allowed pets in the apartment. However, they won’t always tell you everything you need to […]

Hana Ames

 · Oct 4, 2022

An apartment balcony can make the perfect outdoor extension of your space.

Lisa Wright

 · Sep 29, 2022

Design trends come and go in residential life, but what people really want out of their neighborhoods — friendly neighbors, safe streets, and attractive housing — is unlikely to change any time soon. Another thing that’s unlikely to change is the public concern with walkable urbanism.

Ramona Branson

 · Sep 27, 2022

Open windows, cracks in the wall, spaces in the baseboards, even the natural process of entering and exiting — all these things leave the door wide open for pesky insects to find their way into your apartment.

Lisa Wright

 · Sep 20, 2022