Topic: City Guides

What is Mesa like?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

In terms of Phoenix, Arizona rentals, Mesa is a great place to look for an apartment. The third-largest city in the state, it has a population of approximately 460,000 people, and it is located just to the east of Phoenix. A town this large has plenty of attractions–as well as ample apartment rentals. Some of […]

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What is San Francisco like?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

San Francisco is a well-known city and as a result is a popular place to live, with a population of 845,559. San Francisco covers about 48 square miles and boasts 7.5 miles of coastline. San Francisco apartments are plentiful, but be prepared to pay more here than in other parts of the U.S. Don’t worry—if […]

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What is Charles County like?

If you are searching for somewhere to live around Washington DC, Charles County may be a good place to look. Located in Maryland, it is about 20 miles to the south of DC, which means an easy commute. Apartments in Charles County are easy to come by, with about 9,600 rental properties. If you want […]

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What is St. Lucie County like?

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St. Lucie County is a lovely part of south Florida. Made up of cities such as Fort Pierce, Port St. Lucie and Hutchinson Island, this relaxing area is located near the Indian River. There are plenty of beaches and marinas, so being out on the water is a part of life here. Apartments in St. […]

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What is Baltimore County north like?

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Apartments in Baltimore County North can be found in places such as Hunt Valley/Cockeysville, which has a population of around 20,000 people. Located just north of the I-695 beltway, this area has a number of smaller, unincorporated areas that can make great places to live just outside downtown Baltimore. Other spots to check out in […]

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What is the art and culture scene like in the Dayton area?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Dayton has a vibrant arts and culture scene. Whether you live in an apartment in East Dayton or west, there is something nearby that will satisfy the need for entertainment, information or education. The Dayton Cultural Center is located in a 100-year-old church, boasts a gallery and hosts cultural education programs. The Dayton Visual Arts […]

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