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.
Whether you’re moving into your first apartment or you've been in the same apartment for four years now, apartments tend to get messy, and fast. But why is that? Why is the first thing we clutter our beloved closet. If your closet is actually the cleanest part of your room and you find yourself needing to deep clean your whole college apartment you can use these tools to help you get a head start.
Studying is something that all college students are expected to spend a good amount of time on. What becomes hard, however, is finding a good place to sit down and actually focus on studying. There are great study spots outside of your home, such as coffee shops or bookstores, but sometimes you need and want to stay in and study. Here at Liberty Properties, we want to help you create the best study spot in your apartment. Here is our list to help you.
Living with roommates can be difficult as is, but living with roommates in a small space can be even more challenging. Here at Liberty Properties, we want you to enjoy your time living with your roommates no matter the size of your space. Here are our tips for sharing a small space with your roommates: