3 Ways To Make Corporate Housing Feel More Like Home

Posted on: 6 October 2020

When you must work away from home, corporate housing is a good alternative to "living out of a suitcase". But it's still not quite home. How can you make it feel more like home and less like a hotel? Here are three things any distance-based worker can do.  1. Keep Routines Do what you can to extend the activities you do at home to your new, temporary living space. If you like to cook or bake, for example, look for an apartment with a decent kitchen and baking utensils.
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4 Ways To Maximize Security With An Apartment Rental

Posted on: 28 August 2020

Renting an apartment over a house can make you feel safer as soon as you move in because you are living in a community with neighbors in every direction. Any loud or strange noises will likely be checked on by at least a resident or two, which can help with maximizing security. But, you should consider all the other ways that an apartment rental can provide you with secure living.
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Signs To Help You Know You Found The Right Home To Buy

Posted on: 13 February 2020

Shopping for a house to buy can be really fun and exciting, but one of the challenges you might face is choosing a house to buy. You might be hesitant to make an offer on one because you might not know if you found the right house or not, but eventually, you will have to make an offer on a house if you want to buy one. Here are several signs to look for as you shop for a house that can help you know when you find the right one.
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When To Buy A New Home Instead Of Renovating An Existing One

Posted on: 22 January 2020

If you have been living in the same house for a long time, there might come a time when it no longer meets your needs. Maybe some parts of the house are damaged or you need more room. Many people debate whether to move or renovate their homes when they reach that point. Below are some reasons for buying a new home when you reach that point. Neighborhood Considerations
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