The New York City real estate market is fast-paced and can be downright confounding to a newcomer. Whether you’re a lifer looking to escape your nightmare roomie or a transplant ready to lease your first apartment in Manhattan, we’ll help you find the apartment that’s perfect for you.
It’s time to move apartments in New York. We know, the prospect of moving your life from one apartment to another, let alone one neighborhood to another, can feel overwhelming — especially in New York! But fear not. With savvy planning, some help from your friends, and these tips, you’ll be relaxing in your new NYC digs in no time.
From beautiful scenery to delicious snacks, make your drive one to remember with our essentials for a stress-free road trip.
Preparing for a move to New York City but not sure which borough to settle in? While many head to Manhattan for a classic Empire State experience, there are four other boroughs to choose from. Read on to explore which area of New York is right for what you’re looking for, in our guide to NYC’s boroughs.
Every remodel comes along with one big problem: storing everything while it’s happening. When you are remodeling bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms, or really any part of the house, you’ll want to make sure you take everything out first, unless you’d rather spend hours and hours individually dusting each item when the remodel is over. But where do you put all that stuff? Here are five ideas for how to store your stuff during a remodel.
Home staging is important, it’s strategic, and it can be a lot cheaper than you think. Plus, if you don’t stage your home, you’ll miss out on the 6-20% average bump in final sale price. At the end of the day, you don’t need any more expenses than necessary when you’re moving. Here’s how to stage a home on a budget.
The PCS orders are in. Moving in the military can be complicated, so if you’re an active duty member, a spouse of someone in service, or even just interested in the subject, here are our top five moving tips to keep you at ease.