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Apartment Hunting Tips

Monday, 18 September 2017

Yes the bedroom is big, and the kitchen is really nice- but did you think to check the water pressure or to look inside the kitchen cabinets? Here are some tips you may not of thought about when looking for your next place! There are just a few, to see the full article please visit: https://www.buzzfeed.com/mallorymcinnis/with-ev-er-y-word-i-drop-knowledge?utm_term=.wgW662zB2#.lfeKKPo4P

 

1. Use your friends and extended network.

"Tell your friends you're looking! I found my super cheap, super cute, and super huge Santa Monica apartment through a coworker of a friend of a friend. Simple word of mouth can (at the very least) get you leads to places that would have gone off the market in seconds without a personal connection."

—Nic DiMascio, Facebook

2. Check your cell phone reception in every room.

"Walk through the entire place with your phone out. Nothing is worse than having to make every phone call outside (mostly because sometimes I don't want to wear pants)."

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3. Test out the shower.

"Nothing is more disappointing than signing a lease only to discover you'll be washing your self under a trickle for a year."

—Trista Schwind, Facebook

 

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Happy Renting!

Where to Find Cheap Furniture

Thursday, 24 August 2017

For a rental, you might only live there for a year and then move to a new place. You don't necessarily need to have the most expensive/ sturdiest furniture. So where to you find furniture that will look good, do what it needs to do, but not break the bank? Check out these tips from blog.rent.com/cheap-patio-furniture/

 

Refurbish a Thrift Store Find

Well-made vintage patio furniture often ends up in thrift stores. Keep an eye on places like Goodwill, Habitat Re-Store, and KARM.  Don’t be afraid to repurpose something or buy a piece that looks a bit outdated.  Get creative and transform it with paint and new fabric for a totally custom look that suits your style.

Consignments stores are also a great option. They carry gently-used furnishings of individual owners who share in the profits when the goods are sold.  Before fall, you might get lucky with a patio find at a consignment store near you.

Hunt the Aisles of Big Discount Stores

Inexpensive patio sets abound at discount stores like Big Lots, Sams, Costco, and Kohl’s. You can also find some great deals on patio accessories while there, so look for lanterns, string lights, citronella candles, and cushions.

Peruse Ebay Like You Mean It

Ebay is a great resource for cheap patio furniture.  There are tons of options, and with the buy it now function you don’t even need to go through the bidding process.  Plus you can easily search for furniture based on price range, material, type, color, and delivery options. This is a fast and easy way to find the perfect furniture for your outdoor space.

 

Check out all of our available properties at www.gsorentahome.com!  If you are a Property Owner looking for a Property Management company in the Triad, please contact us today at (336)272-0767 or visit our website to find out more details, www.gsorentahome.com/property-management .

Happy Renting!

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