Determining what’s square footage is best for you will depend on a lot of things.
Moving seems so simple. Pack a box, put it on the truck and move. Not so fast.
Here’s what you need to consider for your first apartment.
Subtenants can be a roommate or rent the whole apartment from the primary tenant.
Student apartments offer a lot more freedom to its residents, but a lot more responsibility, too.
There’s a certain amount of wear and tear to be expected from every day living.
A townhouse will give you more space than an apartment, but it will also cost you more money.
A sublease is a great option for many different living situations, but you have to follow the rules.
Utilities could be included in your rent, but it’s most likely you’ll have to pay them yourself.
Urban areas are also known as the big city! And all the convenience comes with a price.
Roommate agreements are informal contracts outlining the “rules” of how you will live together.
Storage units are perfect for people who need to keep their stuff but don’t use it often.
Suburban areas aren’t what they used to be. There’s fun, culture and more house to be had.
Tenants pay to live in a unit. And while tenants do have rights, it’s best to behave yourself.
A washer and dryer rental provides a lot of convenience, but you’ll pay for it.
Here’s where your 30 percent rent-to-income ratio will go farther than anywhere else!
There’s no shortage of fabulous wine in the Willamette Valley of Oregon, but these are the best!
There’s something for everyone if you know where to look.
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