Renters can now pay rent online to any landlord through Rentals.com’s RentPay product, regardless if the landlord has an account with Rentals.com or not.
Last update May 8th, 2019
At grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations and even when shopping online, electronic payments are the norm. What if we could pay our rent the same way, but even better, submit online rent payments? Now, we can.
Last update May 9th, 2019
To help you hone in on the aspects of a rental home that you should pay attention to, we offer six questions to clear your head and make the right choice more apparent.
Last update May 14th, 2019
Is it always worth the investment to pay a mover?
Last update Apr 12th, 2019
How do you make sure you choose the right moving truck and don’t end up regretting the decision?
Last update May 16th, 2019
If you’ve found the perfect place for you, here’s what you’ll want handy to apply for a rental with the best shot at getting it.
Last update Apr 10th, 2019
Do you know the general rule of thumb?
While not nearly as much as you’ll spend on rent, these are a pretty big expense in any home.
If you take a deliberate approach to the process, you can get through it a lot more easily.
Here’s what you need to do to make sure that you’ve correctly set up utilities ahead of time.
Use this checklist to make the entire process a lot easier.
Last update May 10th, 2019
While most of it is ultimately up to your particular preferences and taste, there are some simple rules for arranging your furniture that make things a lot better and easier.
Last update May 23rd, 2019
Keep your pets from getting too scared or stressed out during the moving process with our suggestions.
Here are some steps and tips to help you while you look.
Last update Apr 11th, 2019
Maybe you don’t believe in the principles of Feng Shui, but there’s still a lot you can learn to feel more relaxed and at ease in your home.
Check out multiple ways to save money when renting out a home.
When you’re renting a new home, be sure to ask some key questions before you sign the lease. Though the property may look fine, it’s wise to arm yourself with more information — before it may be too late.
As a renter, you should be aware of ways to protect yourself and your property, as well as the proper steps to take should flooding ever affect your living space.
Before you decide to sign a lease, audition the neighborhood with these tried-and-true testing tips.
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