5 Things to Get Rid of When Moving Out on Your Own

Moving into your first apartment as a young adult is often seen as a right of passage. With this step into adulthood comes the responsibility of choosing what will make the cut in your new place. Whether your apartment is small or large, shared or solo, consolidating your items is crucial for keeping an organized […]

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Leaving The Nest: Tips For Finding An Apartment For Your College-Aged Kid

Whether it’s the first day of kindergarten or the first day as a college freshman, watching your child start a new chapter in their life can be bittersweet. As many people know, the need for a parent’s wisdom doesn’t end as soon as the diploma is in hand. Transitioning to a new apartment can be […]

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Take It or Toss It: Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff When Moving

Moving to a new place usually comes with a mix of feelings, such as excitement and dread. It’s exciting to think about new furniture, new neighbors, and new beginnings, but easy to dread the packing process. From figuring out what is worth saving to what can easily be replaced, you’ll quickly realize how much you […]

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Employee Guest Post: 8 Tips for a Cross-Country Move

Although my co-workers will probably disagree, I am one of the world’s biggest procrastinators. When it comes to planning ahead and being prepared I could probably take the gold medal. So naturally, you’d think that after moving to Houston in the spring of 2014, I should have learned my lesson and been totally prepared and […]

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Moving Into Your New Apartment: A Checklist

While moving into a new apartment often feels like a breath of fresh air, the process itself can feel more like a collective sigh thanks to all the tasks and hassles that come with a move. To help make the moving process more manageable, we’ve put together a list of important milestones to address before, […]

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