Renter’s Advice and Resources

Renter’s Advice and Resources

Student Renters: Is It Time to Move Off Campus?

Ramona Branson

 · Mar 8, 2018

Living on campus certainly has its perks: the ability to roll out of bed and make it to class within five minutes of waking up, the endless food options that your school’s dining halls have to offer, and of course, the fact that you don’t have to fight for parking 10 minutes before your class […]

Students who are apartment hunting should search for apartments that will make their lives easier. As a student, you may not need the same apartment amenities as young professionals or small families, for example, so think about your lifestyle when searching. Besides convenience to your school and jobs, look for at least some of the […]

Staff Writer

 · Jun 4, 2010

Paying for college is overwhelming if you don’t have scholarships to pay for full tuition. Renters insurance is a smart way to hold on to as much money as you can in order to pay for two, four or more years of higher education. Without it, you may have to pay to replace your belongings […]

Staff Writer

 · Apr 12, 2010

For a lot of college students, student housing is a whole lot of fun, but for others, it can present some specific challenges that can be really frustrating at times. Most college officials and others would admit that student housing systems are generally imperfect, and that it might take some creativity to make it through […]

Staff Writer

 · Mar 29, 2010

Some students may find themselves wishing they had received more moving advice, once they arrive in a new city for college. Saving money should be a priority, so here are some tips to help if you’re heading off to school soon. 1. Keep it Compact You shouldn’t have to hire a moving company to carry […]

Staff Writer

 · Jan 5, 2010

Making a packing list for a college apartment may seem like a waste of time, but it can actually help you to save money and time on your move. Furniture Dorms almost always come with a bed and a desk. Some people who reserve loft beds like to bring a small couch or chair to go […]

Staff Writer

 · Dec 30, 2009

What to pack when moving away for college is an important question for most incoming freshman. A move to a college dorm usually requires downsizing and smart packing is a must. Once a room is organized, it allows any student to more clearly focus on school and other activities. There are a few basic essentials […]

Staff Writer

 · Nov 23, 2009

As a college student, you’re probably looking for some apartment moving tips that will cut down on expenses. Moving is hard enough as it is without having be thrifty at the same time. Fortunately, there are several things you can do before and during your move to save some money. Find Boxes for Free There’s […]

Rachael Weiner

 · Oct 28, 2009

You can better prepare for life during and after college if you learn all you can about personal budget planning. Creating a budget and sticking to it will help you save money, pay your debts and have the money you need to live. Here are just a few budget principles to try: Use a Financial […]

Staff Writer

 · Oct 21, 2009

If you’re reading this, you or someone you know is in need of the perfect college apartment packing list. This article will detail the basics and necessities of the college apartment, and give you a good idea of where to go from here. Furniture First and foremost, your new pad is probably going to be […]

Jordan Gaither

 · Sep 30, 2009