How to Find Your New Apartment

April 26, 2017 Taylor


How to Find Your New Apartment

With so many options, how can you find a new home that is perfect for you?


So it’s that time of year again. Your lease renewal comes and you’ve decided it’s time to part ways with your current home. Now it’s time to find your perfect new apartment, but with all of the options how can you be sure you will be happy with your decision?

Here are four questions that you should ask yourself prior to looking for your new apartment:


What part of town do I want to live in?


Do you want to be in the heart of Downtown or are you more of a suburban type of person? Do you want to live close to work? Is being near your favorite leisure activities important to you? By exploring all of these questions, you’ll have a much better idea of what area of your city will make you happiest to live in and make the most of your new apartment.


What are the must-haves for my apartment?


Do you have to have hardwood floors and a washer and dryer in-unit? Do you need your own outdoor space? What features are “nice-to-haves” vs. “must-haves”? By narrowing down your list of features to the things that are most important to you, you can focus on apartments that have those must-have features and anything beyond those features will be a happy surprise!


What are the must-haves for my apartment community?


Do you need your own spot in a parking garage? Can you not live without a pool during the summer? By focusing on the elements that you’d really love to have in an apartment community, you’ll be able to narrow your search down to communities that only have those features, and you won’t regret missing those features once you’ve moved.


How much space do I need?


If you have a lot of stuff, you probably aren’t going to want to live in a micro-unit. If you are on the reverse end of the spectrum and love minimalism, you might not need a 2 bedroom apartment. The most important part of a new home is that you’re happy and content with your decision.


There are so many more questions that you can ask yourself before your move. If you start with these questions and get your bases figured out, you will be much more likely to find a place with which you will be happy.


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