Brooklyn’s new luxury apartments battle for renters; NH property managers drop security deposit requirement; Extensive storage becoming a new amenity to suit minimalists; Choosing between smoke detectors ; And, Chicago’s apartment construction boom slows down.
Brooklyn’s new luxury apartment buildings battle for renters
The new luxury apartment buildings that have popped up all around Brooklyn are just about ready to fill their unit and competition to find renters is higher than ever.
NH property managers drop security deposit requirement
A New Hampshire-based property management firm shares why they decided to get rid of the requirement.
A new amenity to offer: Extensive storage
The minimalist apartment trend is hot and a Washington apartment complex is adding to it by providing a new amenity for its residents.
Which smoke detector is the most effective?
Fire safety is always a top priority. Realtor Magazine takes a look at the different types of smoke detectors and how one might be safer than the other.
Chicago’s apartment construction boom slowing down
After a boom of construction in downtown Chicago, signs of saturation are beginning to show and rents are expected to decline in price. Chicago Tribune reports on the latest.
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