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8 Cities Where You Can Live Without a Car

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If you’ve started an apartment search online, you’ll notice plenty of information about selected properties — often including a location’s rated walkability. Places with high walk scores and quality public modes of transportation mean never having to make a monthly car payment or afford pricey vehicle repairs. Who really enjoys sitting in traffic when they […]

Minneapolis rent prices

What Rent Can You Expect to Pay in Minneapolis in 2019?

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Minneapolis is the most populous city in the State of Minnesota as well as one of the top 50 cities nationwide. The Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area constitutes the third largest economic center in the Midwest, right after Chicago and Detroit. This means that the city boasts a high demand for rental properties from people working […]

Student Housing

The 10 Coolest Student Residences in the World

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Gone are the days when student renters were confined to bedsits in halls of residence. Our friends at Acemypaper.com help to provide tips to students on how to enhance their college experience. They have gathered a list of the imaginative student residences around the world that will change your perception about life and living in campus. […]

May 2019 Rent Report

[National Report] One-Bedroom Rents Are Still Steadily Rising

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Our predicted modest upward one-bedroom trend is verifying while we see a slight pullback in the previously red hot two-bedroom market. Let’s check out the details and trends for rent prices nationwide. 1-Bedroom Apartments One-bedroom units have moved from a January median $1,035 to $1,074 in May, and that’s a yearly increase of 3.77 percent. From […]

[National Report] February 2019 Rent Prices: Can We Identify an Early Trend?

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As we wrapped up 2018, we concluded that we had seen a less than exciting year with basically flat rent prices. We’ve received fresh February 2019 rent stats, so let’s look at what’s happening now. In February, both median one-bedroom and two-bedroom units posted increases. One-bedrooms rose from January’s $1,035 median to $1,040 in February, […]