Posts Tagged ‘Apartment Tour’

Always test the faucets when touring a new apartment.

11 Things You Should Test When Touring an Apartment

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Inspecting an apartment is no time to be polite. In fact, you should act like that snoopy neighbor everyone hates to have as a visitor. read more

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Top Tips for Long-Distance Apartment Hunting

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Finding a new place to live is never easy. Add distance into that equation, and it becomes an entirely different ballgame. Although hunting for an apartment from another city is not an ideal situation, it can still be done efficiently and effectively with the help of modern technology and a willing landlord or property manager. read more

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Everything to Look For When Touring an Apartment

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Finding your next home can be an exciting time! But just because an apartment looks like your dream home doesn’t mean that it necessarily is. There are a number of things to look for when touring an apartment — things that are best found out sooner rather than later, lest you should find yourself in […] read more

How to Make the Most of an Apartment Tour

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When you’re looking for a new place to live, you’ll find yourself going on one apartment tour after the next. Apartment tours often times aren’t all they’re cracked up to be, and it’s easy to leave feeling like you didn’t get a good enough feel for the place. To make the most our of an […] read more

Apartment Tour Etiquette When the Current Tenant is Home

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You’re not entitled to invade a current tenant’s privacy during an apartment tour. As much as you want to look in every nook and cranny, resist the urge. At the same time, you should be able to see enough of the prospective apartment to make a decision as to whether to rent it or not. […] read more

Apartment Tour: 6 Questions to Ask

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Taking an apartment tour is a good way to measure whether you want to move in, as well as whether you’ll get along with the property manager or landlord. You don’t want to just spend the whole time looking at the features of the apartment and listening; take notes and ask a lot of questions. […] read more