Breaking the Preconceived Notions of Co-living
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Breaking the Preconceived Notions of Co-living

Julia Paz | 12/3/20
These preconceived notions about co-living make it, so potential tenants don’t give it a chance. What people don’t hear, however, are the great benefits that can come with co-living. These are some co-living notions that have been debunked. 
History of the Co-Living Movement
Co-Living

History of the Co-Living Movement

Ava Miller | 12/1/20
Co-living is the act of living together in one community, with a group of like-minded people. You’ll probably all work remotely, and while you certainly won’t be obliged to do everything together, many mealtimes and activities are communal. But how did this concept come about? In this article, we’ll look at the history of co-living and how it became the movement it is today.
First-time Renters
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First-time Renters

Julia Paz | 11/23/20
Is it your first time renting a home? Don't know how to begin? This step by step guide to renting your first home or apartment should help! In this guide, we’ll detail exactly how to find an apartment to rent and critical things to look out for. 
What is all inclusive rent?
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What is all inclusive rent?

Ava Miller | 11/20/20
When you are renting a property, it’s crucial to know exactly what is included in the money that you pay out each month. Sometimes, the money that you pay your landlord will literally just cover the use of the space (and potentially its furniture, if your property is furnished) each month. Other times, your rent may be all-inclusive. But what is all-inclusive rent? Let’s explain. 
Is Co-living Safe?
Co-Living

Is Co-living Safe?

Julia Paz | 11/11/20
Many people come to us with the important question of co-living and its safety. We understand that people usually get skeptical when talking about co-living with random people. Thus, we decided to explain everything you need to know about co-living and its benefits.
What is a Property Manager?
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What is a Property Manager?

Julia Paz | 11/11/20
A property manager is a bridge between you, the tenant, and the landlord. Your property manager will be your first point of contact if you have any inquiries about the property or if any issues arise during your stay.