Posts Tagged ‘renting a home’

For many college students moving out on their own, living in a dorm room isn’t their first choice. And depending on the school and the area, dormitory rent can sometimes be higher than traditional rental housing. But as a college student with little to no reliable income, finding affordable off-campus housing can still be stressful, […]

  If you’re trying to cut down on living expenses, getting a roommate can be a great option. Because your rent will usually get split in half with a roommate (or more if you’re living with multiple roommates), you may be able to afford to live in a bigger place or otherwise unaffordable area. Aside […]

Being approved from a private renter isn’t always so easy if your credit is poor. Not only might the landlord have his or her own criteria when it comes to a tenant’s credit history, but the Homeowners Association (HOA) may have to approve of the tenant as well, assuming the landlord’s home is located in […]

When you rent a home, you basically have two options: renting from a community that is overseen by a property manager, which can sometimes be part of a much bigger company, or renting a home from a private owner. Both have their positives and negatives, and this will article will point out the pluses and […]

Below are some tips for adjusting to a new location: Get rid of things you don’t need When you’ve been living in the same place for a long time, it can be easy to accumulate a lot of things. Although just packing everything up and moving might seem like an appealing thought, this is not […]

Relocating to a new state can be somewhat nerve wracking, but it can also be an exhilarating experience. Depending on where you end up moving, you may be in for a completely new change of scenery. It normally means a new job, new people to meet, and a new home to live in. You may […]