It's difficult to explain just how exciting moving into your first apartment can be without experiencing it yourself. This is your first real taste of freedom, where you can live whatever way you wish. But we do understand that taking ownership of your living space can be a daunting experience, and not something you're quite prepared for. Most students won't be moving into their Auburn apartments until August, so we wanted to help you prepare for when that day comes.
Planning is key.
The latest data is in and it shows that Auburn and Opelika are continuing to grow at impressive rates. In fact, the Auburn-Opelika area is one of the three fastest growing metro areas in the state of Alabama.
What’s driving growth in Auburn and Opelika? Let’s take a closer look at our spiking population.
Location, location, location. You're probably tired of hearing inexperienced realtors repeating this every single time you ask them about which retail business lots they have available.
The truth is that choosing the right retail space for your business is far more complex than simply choosing what seems like the best fit for your budget.
During freshman year, living on-campus is a popular choice for most students. However, as you get older, off-campus housing starts to look more and more attractive.
Should you move off campus in Auburn? Today, we’re explaining 5 reasons to consider moving off-campus.