November 15, 2017
One of the best things about Living in Chico rental properties is the ability to fill out a maintenance request and have someone come out in a timely matter to look at your issue. What's even better is Living in Chico offers general maintenance as part of your monthly rent, that means not having to pay extra!
November 13, 2017
There are lots of perks to living in Chico rental properties. From having a pool and hot tub to a well-manicured landscape, all without having to worry about paying for the upkeep!
October 18, 2017
Can you think of a good reason why you wouldn’t want to rent? I’m sure there are some, but for many people the ease of renting is THE reason they choose to rent Living in Chico rental properties. What do we mean? We can think of three main reasons why people consider renting to be a good and easy way of living.
July 26, 2017
There are three components to every great party. Three things that make or break your guests' experience. Master them all and you will definitely be deemed the hostess with the mostest.
Find out what they are below so that you can throw a smokin’ good BBQ this summer at your Chico apartment.
All you need to do is read this blog, choose a date and time, call up your friends, and get ready to wow with these go-to hosting tips.
July 14, 2017
Moving out on your own is a big step. It’s time to step into the real world and start looking for your very first apartment (Yay!).
Renting your first apartment can be an exciting experience as you search for the perfect space to express yourself. At the same time though, it can be a stressful experience because of all the decisions that need to be made. You might be thinking, "How am I going to manage moving into my first apartment, take care of bills, balance work and a social life, get my chores done, and not forget anything?"
Space is something that everyone values, whether it’s personal space or square footage. The downside is that it comes at a cost (square footage that is), which makes each and every piece of extra space made within your apartment a little victory.
What better way to celebrate the little victories than by making more of them?
We have complied a list of ten different ways that you can create space within your Living in Chico apartment. Each one will help you gain back much needed space. All of them are fairly easy to DIY or buy.
June 09, 2017
Summer is the season for adventure!
Have you ever been bitten by the travel bug, and just wanted to get out of town? To visit the ocean, hike through the redwoods, or jet off to a tropical island?
Wherever your wanderlust may take you, it's important to make sure your home and belongings are kept safe for your return.
In the spirit of summer and all of the wonderful trips the residents of Chico have planned, we thought it might be useful to outline helpful apartment living tips for when you’re out of town.
June 06, 2017
Imagine you are driving down the freeway and you see a small car zooming up beside you. You are quick to notice that the car is packed full of boxes and houseplants blocking the windows and on top is a mattress precariously flapping in the wind. Don’t be this guy.
While preparing for your upcoming Chico move consult the tips below to avoid common mistakes.
Once upon a time, there lived an unhappy resident, locked away in an apartment she hated. Then one day, along came a brave knight to save her from rental doom. The knight reached through the bars of her window to hand her a single piece of paper. Written on the paper was a name that would solve all her problems:
The unhappy resident went straight to the site. She searched and she toured, to find an apartment just right. She moved right away into a Living in Chico Apartment, and spent all her days filled with sunshine and laughter. Thanks to the brave knight, she lived happily ever after.
Are you looking for a happy ending to your apartment search in Chico?
When you get to a certain stage in life – usually after getting married but before having kids – you start thinking about buying a home. At least, it feels like the logical next step because everyone around you seems to be buying a home. If the topic comes up in conversation, and you mention you rent, you either get the look of disapproval or the condescending “oh, that’s nice if that works for your family” response. Is there something wrong with renting living?
Topics: Rental Living