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07
Oct 2019
New-York Roommate Law Your Rights and Liabilities

New York Roommate Law: Your Rights and Liabilities

With New York City topping the list of most expensive US cities for renters, finding a roommate to cost-share with doesn’t sound like a bad idea at all. Thankfully, with the New York Roommate Law – or what’s known in legal speak as Unlawful Restrictions on Occupancy Law – you can take on roommates even […]

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30
Sep 2019
Tips for Finding No Broker Fee Apartments in NYC

Tips for Finding No Broker Fee Apartments in NYC

Looking for tips for finding no broker fee apartments in NYC? The Big Apple is not short of options when it comes to the availability of rental options, never mind neighborhoods. However, a large majority of apartments are secured through real estate brokers who take home a fee in the region of 8-15% of the […]

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23
Sep 2019
Is it Possible to get an Apartment with Bad Credit in NYC

Is it Possible to Get an Apartment with Bad Credit in NYC?

Anyone who has ever hunted an apartment in New York will admit it’s not as easy as walking your dog in Central Park. It’s a very competitive market and the steep costs don’t help either. If you’re looking to get an apartment with bad credit in NYC, the odds are stacked even more against you. […]

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16
Sep 2019
Best Neighborhoods to Live in New York City

Best Neighborhoods to Live in New York City

In a city marked as the priciest to live in the United States, it goes without saying that finding a nice place to put down roots in New York City is not an easy sport. In addition to costing a fortune, choosing the best neighborhoods to live in New York City is a complicated business […]

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10
Jun 2019
5 Tips for Moving into College Dorms

5 Tips for Moving into College Dorms

College season is approaching and you must be excited about starting a new, exciting chapter in your life. For a lot of young people, this is both exciting, but also a bit scary. Since college dorms have some rules you have to follow, plus you are likely to share a room with someone, you must […]

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03
Jun 2019
4 Questions to Ask When Booking-a Move

4 Questions to Ask When Booking a Move

When moving, there’s so much going on that it’s very easy to overlook simple things. Since it will be a very lengthy and complicated process, you should always make sure that you covered all the basics. When booking a move, we usually don’t think twice about getting additional information. To avoid booking the wrong company, […]

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27
May 2019
5 Things to Do Before Your Cross-Country Move

5 Things to Do Before Your Cross-Country Move

Moving cross-country is a stressful journey. There’s always so much to do and so little time to take care of everything. Well, that is, unless you start organizing early, to make sure everything goes as effortlessly as possible. Even though it is a complicated matter, there are always certain steps you can take to make […]

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20
May 2019
4 Things That Your Movers Are Not Allowed to Move

4 Things That Your Movers Are Not Allowed to Move

Although moving companies really do allow a lot of things on their trucks, there are just some things that are a big no-no. They choose not to transport certain items in order to protect themselves, so you will usually get a Non-Allowable items list before your moving day comes. If your moving company hasn’t provided […]

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13
May 2019
4 Things to Do Right Afte -Your Interstate Move

4 Things to Do Right After Your Interstate Move

Moving interstate is a serious, complicated, and lengthy process. But, when thinking about moving interstate, people usually only ponder about what they must to beforehand. However, not only is there so much to do prior to the actual interstate moving process, but there’s also a lot to take care of after the fact. You have […]

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