Apartment. Friday , July 13th , 2018 - 07:02:42 AM
The way we used to find somewhere to live was by looking in the newspaper or on bulletin boards, making many phone calls and just hoping that all the places haven't already been rented that we want to look at. Trying to find an apartment to rent could take you days and sometimes even weeks. And you would be going in blind if you were moving across the country because there was no way to see what you would be getting.
After compiling a long list, it's time to cut down on the contenders. The best way to do this is to read reviews of your potential apartment for rent. Use several websites to read reviews from. It is important that you get a good idea of what to expect from a certain management company. Keep in mind, not all rentals will have reviews about them online, but that doesn't necessarily mean the place is good. Take all reviews with a grain of salt. Everyone is different, and what may have been a nightmare for someone's expectations, may not be for you. After reading several reviews, consider what are common problems they have all discussed. For example, many reviews mention that local residents smoke in the alley; it is safe to say most residents are smokers.
Make sure you check out the crime rate in your potential area. There are some crimes that are annoying, but if you choose an area with a high crime rate, it can become a life threatening problem. Most counties and cities publish their crime rate reports online for free public viewing. Traffic is something else that you need to be aware of. It isn't enough to just visit the apartment in person. Even if it's located next to a freeway, it doesn't necessarily mean there won't be constant traffic jams.
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