Topic: City Guides

What is Huber Heights like?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Huber Heights is situated to the northeast of Dayton and is known for having the largest community of brick homes in the nation. With the I 70/75 intersection conveniently located nearby, it is a very easy drive to the downtown area, making it a good spot to look for Dayton, Ohio rentals outside of the […]

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What is it like in the downtown area of Lansing?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you are looking for apartment rentals, Lansing may be just the right spot to start if you have Michigan in mind. With its proximity to major highways and an international airport, this town is a convenient place to reside if you want the city atmosphere in a smaller dose than Chicago or L.A. Those […]

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What is Memphis like?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

The city of Memphis, Tennessee has a population of approximately 670,902 people, making it one of the larger cities in the state. Home to Graceland, the Gibson Guitar Factory and the Memphis Rock n’ Soul Museum, this is a city where music is king. Music greats such as B.B. King and Elvis got started here, […]

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How can I get around in Austin, Texas?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you are looking for apartments in North Austin, Texas, you are looking in a wonderful section. There are some terrific neighborhoods located within its borders, such as Great Hills, Anderson Mill, Lake Travis and Northwest Hills. With the lovely mixture of housing choices and a lot of entertainment and recreation options right at one’s […]

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What is Santa Ana like?

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Santa Ana is a large California city and it is also the County Seat of Orange County. With a population of over 355,000 people, this town can offer residents just about anything. The city is broken into a variety of different neighborhoods, which means Santa Ana apartments are sprinkled all throughout the area. Some of […]

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What is it like in Norman, Oklahoma?

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In the late 1800’s, it started with 500 people, four churches and 29 businesses. A year later the University of Oklahoma was established and the city of Norman was officially on the map. Now Norman is the county seat of Cleveland County, OK, and home to the National Weather Center, the nation’s premiere center for […]

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