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Tips On Moving To Your First Apartment

Switching from a house to an apartment is a pretty big change. Some of the changes are good, and others not so good depending on how you choose to view it. However, you have the freedom to decorate your apartment and give it a taste that really represents you.

Moving to an apartment also comes with a lot of responsibilities. Hence, to make things a little easy on you, we have come up with some tips to get you started and settled when you move to your apartment.

1. Personalize With a Fresh Coat of Paint

A fresh coat of paint is a good way to make your new place yours, of course, after asking for permission from your landlord. You can also apply removable and peelable wallpapers. Wallpapers are easily removed hence landlords wouldn’t have any issue with them.

2. Spruce up Your Entry way

With baskets, shoe racks, organizational shelves etc., you can make a good first impression on your visitors. With these accessories, you get to manage space well and also have a neat and tidy apartment.

3. Get New Furniture

Chances are your old furniture will probably not fit your new apartment. You can, however, take measurements of the available space to decide if your old piece of furniture will fit and to buy a new one.

Many first-time apartment dwellers do have to invest in a few basic pieces of furniture. If you are tight on budget, a comfortable bed and couch will get you going.

4. Meet Your Neighbors

One of the good sides of being in an apartment is the close proximity you have with your neighbors. Well. People who love privacy might have a problem with this. You will have a more pleasant experience by introducing yourself to your neighbors. This will make you feel welcomed, while your neighbors will definitely appreciate the gesture.

5. Change Your Address

On moving to your apartment, alert the banks as soon as you can. Also, update your credit card info with your new address. Family, friends, and well-wishers etc should be aware of your new location.

6. Request for the Trash Pickup days

Recycling and trash pickup dates vary from city to city. As a result, we recommend that you get this information from your neighbors. Chances are, you already introduced yourself hence, talking about this shouldn’t be an issue. The city’s sanitation department can also give you additional information!

7. Explore Your Neighborhood

Get out and explore all that your new neighborhood has to offer. Locate the fitness center the park, museum, the relaxation centers around etc. You also need to be aware of the hospital closest to you, the libraries and schools should you have kids.

Moving to your new apartment for rent in Savannah GA could be overwhelming. It, however, doesn’t have to be. With the tips above, we hope you have a smooth transition and a good time adapting in your new apartment.

We at Slate Apartments have the best and most conducive homes for rent in Savannah, GA which you are bound to love. Give us a call today!