Asking your landlord for a reduction in rent may seem scary – maybe even impossible. But if you do your research, you may be surprised. We’ll tell you how.
Most think property management companies and landlords are one and the same, but there are distinct differences. We’ll give you pros and cons to each.
When the time comes for you to give notice to your landlord you’ll want to find just the right words. We've provided a sample letter of what you should say.
Are you asking, "What do I need to rent an apartment?" Like a job application, an apartment application requires you to attach additional documents. Simply filling out the form with your information and a list of past apartments isn't enough for the landlord to decide whether you're reliable as a tenant. As such, he or she will ask for more items that will show that you're on top of your game.
You've leased an apartment and moved in. Now you need to make sure that management doesn't have you on their "trouble tenants" list. Here are five rules not to break, which will keep you out of trouble and help you have a good relationship with your apartment manager (and apartment complex neighbors).