After you've found the perfect apartment in Chico or Redding, it's time to start the process of moving. There are a few people who are experts and just great at making the experience of moving as painless as possible. Here are a few tips that can make your moving experience just a little bit easier and less tedious.
If you’re looking for a new place to live in Chico or Redding, but you don’t have the luxury of time or multiple visits on your side, you can still search for rental properties from your desk – if you know what to look for.
It’s time to start preparing for your move, and because you’re a strategist, you approach your plan like a game of chess.
To aid you in your pursuit of total domination, there are 10 tips to live by if you’d like to checkmate your moving experience. Think of all the boxes in your house as the pieces on your chess board, and this guide from Lifehacker.com as your tip sheet to victory.
King, queen, rook, bishop, knight, and pawn, it’s time to get your moving mission on!
Having never gone through the first apartment process before, you’re probably wondering where to start. If you want your first apartment to be home sweet home, this "My First Apartment Checklist" is for you!
If you’re living in Chico you know it's graduation season because there are more bodies than usual walking the streets of downtown Chico, more vehicles than usual driving down our many one-way streets, and many yard sale signs and free furniture signs. Amidst the pomp and circumstance of college and high school graduations, you may be making a move to rental living in Chico California or somewhere else in the world, in which case you are probably overwhelmed with the many things you have to do.
Are you searching for apartments in Chico California? Or have you lived here for as long as you can remember and know exactly why you live here? In either case, you’ve probably already come to realize that Chico has the wow factor and offers some great opportunities. We aren’t the only ones who think so. If you haven’t seen the article below floating around social media, check it out:
If you’re getting ready to move into apartments in Chico California you will have to decide how to get your belongs from point A to point B. Your decision will depend a lot on your personal preferences, your budget, and the distance that you’re moving. Here are some pros and cons for you to consider when it comes to different types of moving services.
Well you’ve done it. You found a new place to live and the moving truck has arrived. It’s time to unpack your stuff. Unpacking can feel like a very overwhelming process when you’re moving into an apartment.
You’re probably exhausted from the process of packing everything up and closing up loose ends at your former residence.
It’s very tempting to just get all the boxes in and unpacked without a method to your madness because you're longing to just feel settled again. Instead, we can help you make an unpacking plan that is simple and easy.
Here’s the scenario: You currently reside in the Bay Area and have decided it’s time for a change. Your husband applied for a job in Chico, California with the hopes of moving the family somewhere with more of a small town, family-oriented feel. He got the job. He starts in one week which means you have exactly 168 hours to look at Chico rental properties for a place to live, coordinate the move, and pack. Where do you start? Don't panic! You're in the right place.
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 California then hopefully this information will be helpful for you. To ensure you get as much of your deposit back as possible we’re offering some tips you can do before moving in and when you decide to move out!