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Setting up your first apartment on a budget

Moving out and into your first apartment is exciting, but may seem a little intimidating, not to mention expensive. Here are tips to ease the burden of moving on your wallet. Furnishing your new place Furniture is going to be

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Out of the Nest Series: Establishing Your New Home

Renting your first apartment or house is a very exciting opportunity. Searching for the right place and ensuring that each ‘I’ is dotted and ‘T’ is crossed is attainable. This post points out key factors to help your apartment/home search

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Finding a place to rent when you have credit problems

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If you have credit problems, finding an affordable place to rent is becoming increasingly difficult. However, there are things you can do. Here are some tips & strategies to help find a new spot to call home. The Search Examine your cash flow. Know

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YOUR FIRST APARTMENT! FIVE WAYS TO BE PREPARED

My 23 year old daughter just moved into her first apartment with friends.  As they were looking at and considering apartments, she asked for advice on various aspects of the process.  I wasn’t much help—I haven’t moved in 35 years! 

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