Going off to college puts students in a lot of unfamiliar situations. One circumstance students are often blindsided by is paying bills for their apartment. Utility bills are usually not cheap, especially when you aren’t accustomed to being energy efficient back home. Whether you are paying the bills or your parents are helping you out, you might want to think about ways to be more energy efficient and ultimately save money.
As a leasing company, Liberty Properties has responded to the current health crisis promptly to ensure we are keeping our staff and our prospective tenants healthy and safe during this unusual time we find ourselves in.
Liberty Properties strives to be an active and responsible member of the local Auburn community, which is why we have been working on creative and unique ways to help prospective tenants. While we are going to introduce ways that allow you to limit in-person contact, we are still dedicated to helping you find your perfect home. We are thrilled to be able to offer virtual tours of some of our properties, and photos are available of all our properties, along with online applications and leasing.
Finding the motivation to do anything is a struggle, not to mention when you are trying to find motivation for something that overwhelms you or something you have limited interest in doing. If you’re anything like the typical college kid, the hardest part of school is just finding the motivation to get things done without procrastinating until the last minute. Here are five easy things to do to help you reclaim your lost motivation.
College is the first taste of “the real world” many young adults get when they are just getting started. There are so many new and exciting things to think about when you move away from home but there are also a lot of less exciting things that come with the responsibility of moving out.
One of those new and not so exciting decisions is whether or not you should be getting renters insurance. There are many factors to consider when thinking about renters insurance. According to the U.S. News, if you live in on-campus housing, such as a dorm or a school-owned property, your parents' home or renters insurance typically extends to you if you're listed as a dependent on their policy. Depending on your parents plan, whether you live on campus or if your apartment complex already has a deal with insurance companies are all the questions you need to know the answer to before further exploring your options. However, if you live off campus and are renting, renters insurance is a must.