Tired of being forced to eat microwaveable meals due to a cramped kitchen in your apartment? Living in an apartment with limited kitchen space and range of appliances can be a challenge, especially if you love to cook and enjoy entertaining guests. Though you can increase the functionality of your kitchen by purchasing countertop appliances, dealing with a cluttered countertop is incredibly frustrating, making your kitchen feel cramped.
However, there are a variety of counter-top kitchen appliances that can help you save space without compromising on functionality. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the best counter-top appliances that are perfect for apartment living and include links to the products so you can get your apartment kitchen up to snuff as soon as possible!
One of the bonuses of rental living is the fact that you can call maintenance staff to take care of, well, maintenance. The only problem, though, is that many people consider themselves a "Do It Yourselfer" which means they are confident they can fix that pesky leak themselves. That being said, there are obviously situations in which such people find themselves where they are forced to swallow their pride and ask for help.
We've all been there before - going through the online ads to try to find the perfect apartment in Chico or Redding, and calling the different offices to schedule walk-thrus in your already-busy-life. Taking the time to go to the office to fill out an application is sometimes cumbersome. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get all of this and more from a website?
When it comes to rental living, the person you'll deal with the most is generally the complex's apartment manager. Understanding the apartment manager's role will help you have a much better rental living experience.
The manager is the resident's representative and is in charge of the day to day operations of the entire community.
If rental living is nothing new to you, then you know that sometimes it’s difficult to get some, if any of your security deposit back, and what you do get back seems unfair because you were a good, tidy resident.
If you’re just starting out by renting apartments in Chico, CA then hopefully the information below will be helpful. To ensure you get as much of your deposit back as possible we’re offering some tips of things you can do before moving in and when you decide to move out!
The whole process of moving and packing up your entire apartment can be strenuous. There are so many different things you have to do and check off in order for everything to go smoothly.
When you move into a new place you probably want to be there for awhile. Let’s face it, moving isn’t exactly most people's idea of fun. In fact, it’s a whole lot of work. You also want to have a great relationship with your apartment manager. In some instances, the renter-manager relationship can be a point of contention, but it doesn’t have to be! Here are 6 ways you can be a good tenant living in Chico rental properties.
Deciding which part of town to live in is an important decision. There are many personal factors that come into play. If you're aware of these ahead of time it will help narrow down which Chico rental properties to consider moving into.
Are you in need of a few tips on how to get your icky kitchen sink back to sparkling clean? It's common for rental living kitchens to have stainless steel sinks which can be a pain to get spotless. But there is a way to get your kitchen sink clean without breaking a sweat.
Once a procrastinator, always a procrastinator. Even if that means staying up until 2 a.m. to finish packing for your move. Our number one piece of advice: don’t panic.
It's okay that you waited to the very last minute to pack up all your stuff, really. Everything will be okay. BUT now it’s time to channel that inner beast mode that pushes you to accomplish a range of tasks in a short amount of time, as only a true procrastinator can.
To help get that inner beast mode in gear, we found some Amazing Tips that have more information than you could ever think to ask about. So, take a deep breath and let’s get started.