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.
Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas is an apartment in Northern California that I love and that I can call home.
Is this on the top of your wish list for Santa? We understand how stressful apartment searching can be in our wonderful town because you have so many different options to choose from. Where do you start?
Are your apartments in Chico and Redding California merry and bright? ‘Tis the season to be jolly and your apartments are no exception! As you prepare to deck the halls of your apartment here are some holiday decorating tips for small spaces to get you started.
1. Decide if You Have Room for a Tree
Decorating a Christmas tree is a must this time of year, but it can be hard to find space for a tree in your apartment.
When you're looking around your apartment, do you see all the summer decor you set out a few months back? With school back in session and the leaves just slowly falling here and there it's pretty safe to start getting your apartment officially ready for the fall season.
It may seem a little too soon since the weather dropped below 80 for the first time in several months over the weekend, but Wednesday is the first official day of fall so we are here to help! Check out these quick tips to decorate for fall in Chico or Redding rental properties.
When moving into a new place or after being in the same location for awhile, you might feel like you need to refresh your living space in ways that won’t break the bank or challenge your lease agreement. Sometimes just a little bit of TLC and a few updates is all it will take to revive the Chico rental properties where you live.
Here are some ideas to get you started:
Rental living is more than just paying your bills on time, keeping peace with your neighbors, and getting your security deposit back. It’s making your rental feel like home!
One of the best ways to do this is to browse the web and get answers to any questions you have about all things rental living. Learning what others are doing make it easier to find tips and tricks that inspire you in your own home decorating and rearranging.
Since we love to make life easier for you, we've already done the grunt work for you and found our 6 favorite places on the internet to get information and inspiration for your rental.
Think about everything that you use in a day that makes your life easier. We drive our cars to work after we grab our coffee from the coffee maker and even use a lint roller on our outfit to make it look perfect.
Everywhere we look we have inventions that make our lives easier. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a resource to help make your rental experience easier?
Living in Northern California means you've heard a lot about the need for Californians to conserve water and be conscious of our usage.
The average person uses between 80-100 gallons of water per day. But how do you reduce that when you rent an apartment?
Lucky for you we have a few tips that will help you lower your water usage while living in North State rental properties.
With the summer heat with us, it is common to have that air conditioning running while you are at home. But what about when you aren’t at home? Do you keep your pets and their livelihood in mind when you walk out that door? Here are a six tips to implement to help your pet stay cooler in your rental while you are away.
1. Keep Air Moving
2. Set the Thermostat
When it comes to decorating your apartment what type of aesthetic are you aiming for? Are you more farmhouse or bohemian? Whether you know by heart which aesthetic is for you or you like a few of them and just need to decide, do you know how to decorate based on aesthetics?
Creating a Pinterest board of rooms you like is a great start, but how do you know which items to pick in the photo or where to purchase them? Sometimes pinning images can do more harm than good when you aren’t sure where to start.
We found this article below that will not only help you identify which aesthetic fits you best, but also help you decide which items to get and where to purchase!