Planning how you’ll commute to work can affect everything, all the way down to the cash in your wallet. Walking to work can help you save money, some of your sanity, and even help keep you healthy. If you’re able to walk to work, you’re giving yourself more time to spend with your loved ones. Consider these pros and cons if you want to transition to making the walk to work.
When it comes to the best places to live in America, it's more than just civic pride that earns a place a spot on the list. U.S. News & World Report recently published their list of the 100 best places…
By Elizabeth Beasley with Steve Harper Depending on how you handle stress and small spaces, the micro-living phenomenon may be a god-send or the bane of your home living existence.
It’s easy for an apartment search to become overwhelming, even when you follow a careful search plan.
In some rental markets, apartment hunting can be as competitive as a job search. In fact, modern, savvy apartment seekers often visit apartments as prepared as if they’re on a job interview.New York City, you may want to employ a few clever approaches to help secure your tenancy. Here are some tactics to help you nab your first-choice apartment and seal the deal on the spot!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, at least for the Apartment Guide team. Renters are making tough decisions about whether to stay put in their current apartment, or move on to a bigger and better abode.
It’s natural to assume that after a few years of renting, you’re automatically ready to take on the title of homeowner. But you might need to slow your roll before you’re in too deep. Are you really ready to own a home? Like, really? Below, we outline a few reasons why you might need to renew that apartment lease.