Archive for the ‘Finding Rental Home’ Category

“I Need to Move In a New House in Like a Week”

Here is the formula: Drive to the apartment rental office, fill out an application, they run your credit, you sign a lease and move in next day — but wait, there’s more! Hi, I’m the...

How to Tenant: The Plain-English Guide to Royal Rose Properties’ Lease, Part II

Don’t get stuck with the entire legal responsibility. Make sure all your roommates are named on the lease. So we missed a month on this because it took a while for us to put this together, but...

How to Tenant: The Plain-English Guide to the RRP Lease, Part I

Nope, that’s not in the rental agreement. Before you sign the Royal Rose Properties lease, read this simple, plain-English guide to what, exactly, you’re about to sign. (This post is the...

Infographic: Styling Your Home as a Renter

Renters, it turns, out, CAN be choosers! Recently we came across this detailed infographic from EZ Living Interiors (http://www.ezlivinginteriors.com/) which dispenses brilliant advice on how renters...

Tips For Moving With Children

Brought to you by University Moving and Storage over in Farmington Hills.   Statistically speaking, families that have young children are the most likely to make a cross-country move. Yet...

How to Feel Like The Boss of Your Rental Home

Some of these ideas might be counterintuitive, but they’ll make a huge difference in the way you feel about your rental home. The human mind is a fascinatingly complicated thing that pulls a...

How to Pass a Tenant Screening

Step 1: Be a low-risk, high-responsibility tenant. Step 2: ??? Step 3: Profit! When you’re trying to get into a rental home, there are several obstacles to be aware of. First, naturally, you...

5 Things To Look For In Your Next Rental

Don’t settle: get the place you really want. There’s a certain art to finding your next rental, especially if you’re looking in an area with relatively few vacancies. Even if your...

What’s More Important to Renters – Cheap Rent or a Nice Home?

We’d like some feedback from any readers on the dilemma of what’s more important to the majority of people looking to rent a home – cheap rent or a nice home. We consistently have prospects...

Should You Hire an Agent to Find You a Rental Home?

Many of the calls we get on our rental properties are a dead-end for us and the interested party as we don’t manage something that fits their needs or budget.  A decent number of these callers...