May 16, 2018
Are you looking to reduce your apartment living expenses? Sometimes a few little things make a big difference. It doesn’t take much to cut back costs. The hardest part is staying consistent with the methods used below. Try it out for a month and you just might see a difference in your bills. The more you apply these money saving suggestions the more you’ll save. Here are 8 ways you can start reducing your monthly expenses with some simple changes.
If your parents gave you an allowance as a kid, then you probably remember the anticipation of “pay day.”
As an adult and Chico apartment dweller, you probably still look forward to payday from your employer. The only problem is that the word “allowance” has been supplanted by “budget.”
March 17, 2017
Your neighbors don't have to walk around your Chico apartment complex wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the words, “I watch my money.” You just know by the way they talk – like if they can tell you not only what they paid for utilities last month but also how their bills fluctuate over the course of the year.
When you are living in Chico, it's quite common for the temperature to hit three digit readings. It's time to turn on the AC and enjoy the cool temperatures in your home. But does it have to be a given that your electricity bill is going to be through the roof because you're running your air conditioning? Check out these tips on how you can keep your PG&E bill down while living in different Chico apartments.
January 07, 2015
Now that the new year is upon us, a common resolution is to save money. You might be asking yourself “Is this even possible to do while renting an apartment?” Well of course you can! Even if you are about to move into a new apartment it is important to know that you can start implementing new habits to help you start saving money today while living in apartments in Chico California.
February 13, 2013
The Christmas season is here, and most of us are preparing to “deck the halls with boughs of holly” while merrily singing “fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la.” Even though the carol says “’Tis the season to be jolly” many of us don’t feel that way, especially when it comes to decorating for Christmas.