It's 10/10/10, a date many people find interesting because of the rare sequence of repeating digits. Some say today brings good luck, and many couples have chosen this date to tie the knot, especially given the convenience of the catchy date falling on a weekend.
I'll pay homage to 10/10/10 by presenting you with 10 articles on topics that I think you'll find helpful, whether you're looking for a rental or you're already enjoying apartment living.
Here are "10 to Read on 10/10/10":
- "Internet Tips for Happy, Safe Apartment Living." From looking for the perfect rental to enjoying your apartment and protecting your rights as a tenant, the Internet is there to help. Follow these tips to make the most of your apartment experience.
- "How to Decide Which Apartment Floor Is Best for You." There's no right or wrong answer when it comes to which floor is best in an apartment building. You must weigh the factors and decide what's important to you as you go looking for the perfect apartment.
- "How to Decide Between Renting a Studio or a One-Bedroom Apartment." Here's how to decide whether a studio or a one-bedroom apartment is the best solution for you.
- "How to Decide Between One and Two Bathrooms for Your Apartment." Apartments with two bathrooms offer many benefits, but they also mean more rent. Here's how to decide if a two-bathroom apartment is worth the added expense for you.
- "Options for Dealing With Your Mail When You Go Away." As an apartment dweller, you have a handful of options when it comes to dealing with your mail when you go away. Which option you choose depends on certain factors.
- "Get Free or Low-Cost Advice from a Housing Couselor." HUD sponsors housing counseling agencies throughout the country that provide information and tips for renters. Thanks to this initiative, free or low-cost rental housing advice is just a phone call away.
- "Avoid Pitfalls When Paying Rent in Cash." Whenever you pay your rent in cash, be sure to protect yourself by taking certain precautions.
- "Is It Better to Sign an Apartment Lease for One Year or Two Years?" Before you commit to a one-year or two-year lease term, take a moment to consider the pros and cons of each option.
- "What to Do About Your Apartment Lease When You Want to Buy a Home." Many renters who are looking to buy a home feel as if they're in a bind when it comes to coordinating the end of their apartment lease with the move into their new home. But there may be other options available to you in this situation.
- "Living in an Apartment With Children." Learn about how to protect your rights and fulfill your responsibilities as a parent or guardian of children living in an apartment building.
Want to read even more apartment essentials? Check out my blog post, "9 to Read on 9/9/09," for nine additional articles on key topics for apartment dwellers.