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If a friend or relative asks you to co-sign on an apartment lease, you have a big decision to make. Helping someone feels great, and may not even seem like a big deal, but you have to be careful when it comes to the commitment of legally guaranteeing another person's apartment lease. Here's what you need to know before deciding whether to add your signature.

signing a lease is better with good timing

You’re ready to make a move. However, choosing the date for signing a lease can be complex. It's a combination of the time of year, the weather, when the place will be ready, when you can move in, what makes the most business sense and a number of other factors.

Home office

The Small Business Administration estimates that nearly half of all small businesses currently operating in the United States are classified as some type of home or apartment-based business. Downsizing related to a slowing economy, higher cost-of-living expenses, the desire to…

Signing a lease for a new apartment can be very exciting -- and a little intimidating. You'll be better equipped to read the document and catch anything that doesn't make sense if you know what to expect. [find-an-apartment] Here are some tips on what can be found in a typical apartment lease.

Do you love your apartment? Have you found the community that truly feels like home to you? If you have, congratulations! The following might be just a few of the reasons why you feel that way. But perhaps you are pondering other possibilities? [find-an-apartment] Consider what might convince you to stay in your apartment. These details might make you want to stick around in the space you’ve found!

short term apartment rentals

[find-an-apartment] Have you ever thought about renting a short-term apartment? Whether you’re seeking short-term accommodation for business or pleasure, here’s what you need to know. When If you’re on the road for work frequently or just love to travel for personal reasons, it may be worth it to you to look into staying at a short-term corporate or vacation rental rather than a hotel. Or, if your situation requires that your living arrangements stay flexible (like if you’re a student, are in between leases or are planning to purchase a house in the near future, etc.) renting a short-term apartment may make sense for you.

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