Have a happy holiday with family and friends, cats, dogs, goldfish… whoever and whatever is dear in your life right now.
Are you a renter that cringes at the likes of a Craigslist apartment ad? Do you get fed up with the same old apartment listing sites? If so, then we have a makeover for you. It’s about time that MyNewPlace transforms from caterpillar into butterfly. I know some of you are thinking “don’t change, [...]
There’s nothing worse than arriving at your new apartment and realizing that you don’t have everything you need. Here’s a basic shopping list of things you’ll probably need within your first week. If you brought some of these things over with you, great! If not, get yourself to a discount store (such as a dollar [...]
With only 11 days to go until the winter solstice it’s definitely time to replace any dead light bulbs around the house if you haven’t already. Lucky for you we’ve gone ahead and researched what types of light bulbs are best for any and all situations.
Looking for ways to save money on your next move? Here are some things you might not have thought of. Clean out your old life Don’t be a victim of “But I Might Need It Someday.” If you haven’t used something in the past year, chances are pretty good you’re never going to need it [...]
Yesterday we launched a new look for many of our City pages. We’ve gathered photos, researched rents, and incorporated city highlights to give you a local’s point of view. View more than just listings We know moving to a new place can be a daunting adventure full of many questions and missteps. Thankfully we’ve gone [...]
Thanksgiving is a time of family and friends coming together to share in good food, hearty laughs, and afternoon football games. Along with the cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie everyone is hastily making in their apartment, which pet companion above would you bring home? [...]
A summer full of blistering temperatures across much of the US has proven no match for slowing down record-setting growth in America’s burgeoning cities. Strong demand in metropolitan areas, especially in those in Texas, continues to transform entire communities with brand new neighborhoods. Along with growing at breakneck speeds, affordability of apartments and rental homes [...]
Your summer vacation: Have fun, stay safe, always talk to strangers Aside from the things you already knew you’re supposed to do, like (ahem) make copies of your passport and credit/debit cards and let your bank know you’ll be traveling (so they don’t freeze your accounts when they see a slew of charges from those Caribbean islands you’re hopping), here [...]