3 June 2015
There are so many things to think about when you're looking for a new apartment or townhome for rent in your area. The number of bedrooms and bathrooms, the lease terms, the affordability of the rent, the school district, the potential new neighbors – all of these things and more will be on your mind when you start touring rental homes. It can be easy to miss something important when there are so many different things to keep in mind.
12 May 2015
When your friends come to visit you in one of Wynn residential Toronto apartments, you want them to be comfortable in your home. This can be challenging, though, if you have a friend who is visually impaired. There are a few things you can do, however, that will make it easier for your blind friend to navigate around and feel at home in your space. Label Everything A good place to start would be to label everything your friend might come in contact with.
5 May 2015
When it comes to property investment, it's easy to become excited and jump right in. However, this can often lead to poor investments that lose money rather than providing you with a source of steady income. As such, consider the three steps below to give you a head start on the property market: Spend Time Doing Research Before making any investment, it's important that you carry out thorough research. However, with property development it is absolutely critical that you fully understand the market and where your property plans fit in.
17 April 2015
By the time you retire, you might not want to spend all of your free time taking care of a big house and an expansive yard. To kick back, relax, and enjoy your golden years, you might be thinking about purchasing a luxury condo on the outskirts of town. But which features will really matter down the road? Here are two important things to look for as you shop for a luxury condo, so that you don't regret your decision:
13 April 2015
Renting your first apartment is an exciting time, but apartment living has gotten a reputation for having to sacrifice space in exchange for cost savings and convenience. Luckily, this doesn't always have to be the case. Even if you take an apartment for rent with a smaller floor plan than you would have liked, knowing how to capitalize on that space can help you make it feel like home. Here are some tips to help you make the most of any apartment space, giving you more flexibility in the square footage that you look for when you start shopping around.
10 April 2015
Are you moving into an apartment for rent soon and are concerned that an apartment-sized bathroom won't have adequate storage space? Putting up extra shelves may be an option, but many landlords won't allow tenants to install anything that involves drilling holes in the wall. If you find yourself in this situation, don't despair -- there are other solutions to small-space conundrums. Following are seven creative ways that you can provide extra storage in an apartment-sized bathroom.
7 April 2015
Many people have the misconception that they have to simply live with conditions they are not happy with when they live in an apartment. While there are some aspects of apartment living that are simply just part of life when you are renting, such as not being able to make permanent changes in your apartment that the owner cannot reverse when you leave, that does not mean that being a "