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How to Rent When You’re Single

How to Rent When You’re Single

Paying the rent is probably the largest monthly expense for most tenants. That’s why so many people choose to rent an apartment while they save to buy a home of their own one day. In this guide, you’ll learn how to rent by yourself and save money in the process.

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Roommate Wanted! 5 Tips to Find a Roommate in a New City

Roommate Wanted! 5 Tips to Find a Roommate in a New City

Moving to a new city is stressful. Looking for a roommate to cut rental costs doubles the stress. Nobody wants to live with a complete stranger or a person they know little about. Finding a reliable roommate is a huge deal, as roommates are not just two people sharing a space. They are both responsible for building a good landlord-tenant relationship and creating a healthy atmosphere within the rental.

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Tips on How to Make a Cozy Apartment Feel Open

Tips on How to Make a Cozy Apartment Feel Open

Not important whether you’re living in a small house or a cozy apartment: today we share visual tricks to make your place feel bigger and more spacious. There are many decorating tips you can implement to increase the visual spaciousness of your apartment. However, let’s also try to stay within budget:)

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5 Costly Mistakes Tenants Should Avoid

5 Costly Mistakes Tenants Should Avoid

Unpleasant things happen all the time. You miss the fine print in your lease that reminds you that your rental does not allow you to keep live ducks, make holes in walls or sublet to strangers. You are responsible for everything that happens in your rental after the lease is signed. That’s why you have to make sure you fully understand it and know that it does not violate with your state law.

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Maintenance Tips for Tenants

Maintenance Tips for Tenants

Well, a very important thing that you need to remember is that your landlord is responsible for the maintenance and fixing of the unit you just started to rent. In other words, landlord must repair or replace anything that is in bad condition or not working properly.

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