Rental rates have hit an all-time high over the last year, taking up a massive 3.86% of the gross domestic product in the first quarter of 2017. With increased demand for apartments and a lean supply in most rental markets, being a landlord might be great -- but being a renter might be tough.
Thrillist recently published its Top 50 Essential Restaurants Every American Should Visit list – a treasure trove of American dining experiences that you should make sure to add to that ever-growing must-eat list. While you might think this means a list of high-end, totally out-of-budget restaurants, you’d be wrong. While some are expensive, many fall into the “sandwich you can’t miss” or “to-die-for BBQ” categories.
Are you curious about who has lived in your apartment before you? Many apartments have a long and varied resident history that can be fun to figure out. Want to find out more about your apartment history?
At the recent No Place Like Home Conference in Anaheim, Calif., more than 230 leaders in urban development discussed the future of housing and made some predictions for the future of apartment living. Joel Kotkin, author of The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050, believes that “the suburb of the future may well resemble more of a self-sufficient village than a prototypical suburb of the 1950s.” So what would a self-sufficient apartment village look like?
Traditionally, there are cities and populations that lean more conservative whereas others are known for a more liberal attitude. While the political lines are clearly drawn, is there any difference in how it affects your wallet? New research from ApartmentGuide.com shows it might.
There are a few things renters wished they did before signing their lease. Here are 4 things you don't want to overlook when searching for a new apartment.
Looking for a new place to live brings a range of emotions that go up and down like a roller coaster. So, what really matters when finding a new place to live?
Ever wonder what amenities or features are most important to renters? ApartmentGuide did the research to determine what renters really want.