Packing is one of the most stressful parts of moving because it involves trying to stay organized while going through every single one of your possessions item by item. And for those of us with a decidedly large amount of possessions, keeping everything organized becomes even more complicated.
An inspection by your landlord could mean trouble if you’ve neglected your apartment. But follow these 5 tips and you won’t fail your inspection.
Moving out can be stressful, but your apartment inspection doesn't have to be. Here's what you need to know about what your apartment complex is looking for when they inspect your place.
Moving to a new apartment can be an exciting new chapter in a person’s life. But moving day itself can also be incredibly stressful. As anyone who's moved can tell you, little tips to make the process easier are greatly appreciated.
So, with that in mind, we've provided you with some of the most useful tips and tricks to use next time you move to a new apartment.
Don’t leave off a strategy for packing your moving truck until you’re half-way through the job. For a smooth and safe relocation, arm yourself with these helpful packing tips before you begin to load up the truck. Stage your stuff It makes sense…
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.
Moving into a new apartment is a hard but fun and exciting process. However, you still have obligations to your old landlord, the largest of which is apartment cleaning. Landlords want to rent out your old unit as soon as possible, therefore, you need to deep clean the apartment before your move-out inspection. If you don't, you risk losing your security deposit. Apartment Guide tells you how to clean for a move-out.