prepping your apartment search

renting an apartment

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It’s tempting to start scrolling through Zillow looking for all of the available apartments in your area during your initial apartment search, but that can lead to a lot of overwhelm… and TBH a lot of disappointment. To avoid all that drama, you’re going to need to decide on some filters to add to your search. 

 

In this lesson, we’ll cover everything you should consider when searching for your new spot!

prepping your apartment search

renting an apartment

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prepping your apartment search

renting an apartment

It’s tempting to start scrolling through Zillow looking for all of the available apartments in your area during your initial apartment search, but that can lead to a lot of overwhelm… and TBH a lot of disappointment. To avoid all that drama, you’re going to need to decide on some filters to add to your search. 

 

In this lesson, we’ll cover everything you should consider when searching for your new spot!

Before you even start looking for an apartment, you’re going to need to answer some questions:

  • How much do you have to budget for your apartment?
  • When do you want to move?
  • Where do you want to live?
  • Who do you want to live with?
  • What type of amenities do you want?
  • What things do you need to get together to apply for an apartment?

 

The answers to each of these questions will help you narrow down your choices and find the right apartment for you (& your roomies if you decide to go that route!).

what's in this lesson?

It’s tempting to start scrolling through Zillow looking for all of the available apartments in your area during your initial apartment search, but that can lead to a lot of overwhelm… and TBH a lot of disappointment. To avoid all that drama, you’re going to need to decide on some filters to add to your search. 

 

In this lesson, we’ll cover everything you should consider when searching for your new spot!

Transcript

Before you even start looking for an apartment, you’re going to need to answer some questions:

  • How much do you have to budget for your apartment?
  • When do you want to move?
  • Where do you want to live?
  • Who do you want to live with?
  • What type of amenities do you want?
  • What things do you need to get together to apply for an apartment?

 

The answers to each of these questions will help you narrow down your choices and find the right apartment for you (& your roomies if you decide to go that route!).

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