Articles Tagged: Apartment Search Want to make the most out of your next apartment search? We have you covered. Check out this page for the best Tips & Tricks on apartment hunting.

MyNewPlace Apartment App Review

The modern world is a mobile one and as the times change MyNewPlace has changed with it. This future forward approach has been obvious is every iteration of MyNewPlace’s mobile offerings; but is most prevalent in the newest release of the MyNewPlace tablet app.   Back in 1992 RaidoShack published this advertisement – every item […]

By  John Brown
| Filed Under: Apartment Search,Moving,Technology
Apps make moving easy!

Apps That Make Moving Simple

Searching for an apartment can be a major pain, but with these great (and free!) apps moving can be pretty simple. But before you start your move be sure to do your research. Our Renters Survival Guide has tons of useful information on renting apartments. Learn about everything from Signing Your Lease, to Making A Moving Inventory.   Step #1 […]

By  John Brown
| Filed Under: Apartment Search,Move Planning,Moving

What To Look For In An Apartment

The Apartment Hunt can be daunting. With options like price, location, square footage… it’s hard to know where to start. That’s why we’ve put together this simple list of things to look for in an apartment.   Price   Cheap is always better, right? Well, yes but you also need to look at the bigger picture […]

By  Dylan Madenski
| Filed Under: Apartment Search,Move Planning

Getting To Know Your New City

It can be hard to get used to life in a new town. While staying home every day can be tempting, especially with stacks of unpacked boxes and decorating to do, it is important to resist the nesting impulse. Having fun and seeing what is around you is the best way for you to shake […]

By  Bridget Hanely
| Filed Under: Apartment Search,Post-Move

How Much Should You Spend on Rent?

Conventional wisdom has historically limited rent to 25% of your income before taxes. Surveys suggest Americans are paying upwards of 30%, lots of times more. My friends who live in San Francisco often pay at least half their income to a landlord every month.’s rent calculator puts “low end” at 20% of income, “middle […]

By  Caitlin Morgan
| Filed Under: Apartment Search,Rent

Finding Apartments Online

Apartment Search Resources The first place to turn is the internet. Websites like allow you to search over 6 million apartments nationwide. This can give you a good starting point in which you can match your lists, budget with actual apartment listings in your desired location.

By  snowconant
| Filed Under: Apartment Search