If you just moved into your first college apartment, you might find yourself having to share a kitchen and living room with your roommates. If you do not have a kitchen to yourself, you might be struggling to find space to cook. Living in a smaller shared space means you have to be more inventive with your choices. Before your space gets cluttered with things you don't need, we have provided a list of the essential appliances for moving into your first college apartment.
At Liberty Properties, we understand how exciting finding the perfect location for a new home is. On top of finding a new home, exploring the new area is also exciting. Whether it's finding the best restaurant in the area or something fun to do, there are many unique activities to do in Auburn-Opelika outside of downtown Auburn. Whether you are looking for something to eat or a fun activity, Auburn-Opelika has many options for you to choose from.
The Liberty Properties rentals are located in central Auburn which allows you to easily access downtown Auburn, but also, the hidden gems of the Auburn-Opelika area. Here are some great options for you to explore:
Touring a rental property can be intimidating especially if you are alone or you are doing it for the first time. There are many different factors that come with apartment living and it's important to know the right questions to ask. When touring an apartment, you are given the opportunity to learn everything you need to know about the building, the staff, and the resources. Knowing what to look for in your next apartment is imperative to making the right choice.
At Liberty Properties, we understand that looking for apartments can be a new experience especially for those who are used to living on campus. To ensure you find the perfect home, here are some tips to help you get the most out of your tour when being shown a house or apartment.
Are you a college student who can't decide whether to live on or off-campus? This is a decision that practically every college student considers when they initially decide to attend college and continues for second and third-year students. While living in a dorm has advantages such as being immersed in campus culture and living with other new students, apartment living ultimately wins out.
Apartment living can offer a different change of pace and amenities that aren’t available in most dorms on campus. While living further away from campus can be an adjustment for some students, learning to live on your own can help prepare students for life in the real world.
Here are some benefits to consider when deciding whether to live in an apartment or a dorm as a college student: