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3 Ways Tenants Can Protect Themselves from Disaster

Floods, tornadoes, fires, and other disasters keep coming. To make matters worse, when rental properties are damaged by disasters, tenants are on their own. Landlords’ property and flood insurance does not protect the tenants’ possessions or cover unexpected moving and relocation expenses. To be better prepared, there are 3 Ways Tenants Can Protect Themselves from Disaster. Renters Insurance The first

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3 Solar Generators for Apartment Living

Solar Generators for apartment living

Losing power is a hassle that everyone has experienced. Daily life becomes harder, and phones and computers become unusable. While home owners may be fortunate to have a generator, tenants are not so lucky. Not only do traditional generators require room for storage and operation, but also are noisy and produce poisonous exhaust. As a result, traditional generators are not

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Do You Need Easy Storage Ideas for Your Apartment?

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Inadequate storage is a common problem when renting an apartment. As a result, tenants have to be creative and use every space available. To be successful, tenants often use containers, boxes, and “storage” products designed to make life easier. While these products come in every shape, size, and price, most tenants need at least a good, bulk storage solution. One

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Best Way to Find a Roommate Online

Figuring out the best way to find a roommate online is a common problem. While some people can rent with friends or family, others need to find someone they don’t know to help with the bills. This is a scary and intimidating process. The possible problems make anyone hesitant. Will the “roommate” pay on time, be clean, have a stable

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Pet Screening for Tenants is Changing in 2021

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Traditional Pet screening is a concern for tenants because, according to the Humane Society, 72% of tenants have a pet. As a result, tenants want to keep their pets when they move. Traditionally, tenants provide pet information in paper form with their rental application when applying for a property. They keep track of these paper documents and submit them every

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