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Looking for Apartments? There’s an App for that!

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We were having lunch at work the other day when one of the teachers commented, “Nobody stays in the same place anymore”. At hindsight, I thought to myself, “It could be true.” For some reasons I was browsing for new apartments and houses for rent online for hours last weekend. I had no intention of moving [yet] but the thought of change I believe is inevitable and I myself am not exempted  from facing this reality one day.
This morning my co-worker confided that she is looking for a new apartment to move in. She and ex-husband are planning to sell the house they shared for the past 10 years and now that they are living their own separate ways she needs to move on and start all over again. Then I remember about the website where I was browsing for apartments at apartments.com.

For a non-computer geek like my co-worker, I told her how easy it is to navigate and search the website for new apartments. Looking for a dream home through this website is a no-brainer. It's user-friendly and can be searched by state or location, maximum rent amount, number of bedrooms, amenities, and other important stuff that home-lookers are looking for an ideal abode. And true to what I say, she just loves how important information is also provided for each complex which makes it easier for her to make important decision that she needs to make the move. And more importantly, she loves the “apps” where she can check updates on the available and new listings for rent on her iPhone and iPad.

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As for myself, since I am not really looking for a new place just yet, but still I benefit from this website because it offers useful information and tips not only from finding the right apartment to landlord and lease issues but also from home decorating to housekeeping… from health to safety and from money to moving and settling in. The information I get from this website is enormous and phenomenal that is why I didn’t realized I was browsing the site for hours. It was an entirely new experience for me. That is why I follow it on tweeter so I can get updates on their new listings.

And knowing my friend… knowing that she loves this website… I bet she had already tweeted her apartment search experience and will soon be making a decision. And in no time, she will be moving in and moving on.

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kulasa said…
I MISS YOUUUUUUUUUU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! gee in this world of technological advancement it is easier to find the things we are searching for like apartments...will check out that awesome site you shared to show my friends too.............how are you????? come back to facebook please!!!! hahaha, or where do you hang out in cyberspace now? love yah sistah!!!!

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