Renter’s Advice and Resources

Renter’s Advice and Resources

6 Bad Bathroom Habits to Kick for Healthy Living

Bonface Landi

 · Jan 5, 2023

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Do you actually enjoy using your bathroom, or do you usually feel like getting in and out within the shortest time possible?

It’s springtime! Daffodils are blooming, trees are leafing out, and Kleenex sales are through the roof.

Teresa Bergen

 · Apr 14, 2022

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Quarantining isn’t easy, especially if you have roommates. You might have already discovered some of the challenges of the situation over the last several months — for instance, how to agree on

Staff Writer

 · Nov 12, 2020

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Home is our place of refuge. It’s a place where we can kick our feet up and forget all the troubles of the day. Whatever you like to do at home — whether it’s reading a book, catching up on your favorite shows, or just taking a bit of a snooze before dinner — it’s […]

Ramona Branson

 · May 26, 2020

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Many allergy sufferers let out a sigh of relief when spring is over. They feel the pollen dissipating as summer dawns and believe they’ll finally be free of sneezing, nasal congestion, itchy eyes, and a scratchy throat until it comes back around the next year.

Cassie Damewood

 · Oct 31, 2019

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When you first move into a new rental, you start to get settled in and eventually find a place for everything to go. Every room tends to serve some kind of purpose — the kitchen, dining room, and bedroom are are all very practical spaces in which you cook meals, eat, and sleep. But sometimes […]

Juliette Moore

 · May 7, 2019

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Unless you’re an entomologist, it’s quite likely that you don’t like bugs — especially if your apartment is infested with them! Even scientists don’t want potentially deadly spiders around their pets and children.

Amanda Ray

 · Feb 20, 2018

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People rang in 2018 with a boom. For better or worse, formerly muffled voices were raised in many sectors, and the old mantra from the 70s of, “We’re not gonna take it anymore,” resounded through every social demographic — and seniors were among the most strident in making their needs heard.

Cassie Damewood

 · Jan 18, 2018

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If you live in an inner city, it can be hard to believe the phrase “let’s go outside and get some fresh air.” But despite all the car exhaust, industrial fumes, and smog found in the urban outdoors, the air inside the average American home is still two to five times more polluted. This is […]

Amanda Ray

 · Dec 26, 2017

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Although many landlords prohibit their tenants from having a dog or cat in their unit, they do have to make exceptions for service animals, or animals who are trained to aid those individuals with physical, sensory, psychiatric, or intellectual disabilities. If you require a service animal to live with you, you’ll want to know your […]

Ramona Branson

 · Oct 5, 2017

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