About Jason Potts:

Hey, everybody! My name is Jason, and I contribute to this great blog, but when I'm not posting for ForRent.com, I like to play music with friends, cook, and travel as much as possible.

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  • FOOD & ENTERTAINING

    What Color Schemes to Choose for Your New Apartment

    When trying to create a look for your new apartment, I’m sure many colors pop into your mind. Either you want your favorite color or perhaps a color scheme you had in your old place. Regardless, before you start decorating; check out some helpful tips for color combinations that work well together. You could use […]

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  • APARTMENT LIVING

    6 Holiday Tips for Your Pets

    The holiday season is officially here! That means delicious food, ornaments, guests, decorations and many more things that can get your furry family members into trouble. Check out these six tips to keep your pets safe this season. Seasonal Plants Can Be Harmful Did you know that poinsettias, holly, and mistletoe are all potentially poisonous […]

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  • APARTMENT LIVING

    Things to Do Before You Leave Your Apartment for Winter Break

    Winter break is fast approaching and that means a solid three to four weeks off for a lot of college students, which is amazing. It’s a well-deserved break from all the cramming for finals and allows for a good amount of time back home with family and friends. But if you are currently living in an […]

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  • OFF-CAMPUS LIVING

    College Apartment Life vs Dorm Life

    College living situations can be pretty tricky at times. To rent or not to rent? Clearly, both dorms and off-campus apartments each have their advantages and disadvantages, but which option is ideal for you? College Dorms First, let’s take a look at dorm life. At many colleges and universities, if you aren’t a commuter, you are […]

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  • APARTMENT LIVING

    How to Make Your Summer Job Work For You

    The summer is over and, if you’re a college student, you are back on campus. The end of summer break also means the end of summer jobs and internships. The real question is: how do you make those opportunities work for you now that they are over? In a market where students are having increasing difficulties […]

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  • APARTMENT LIVING

    Living Back Home During the Summer – How to Survive

    So now you are living back at home with your parents during the summer. How has that been going for you? Uh huh…that’s what we thought. Once you get that taste of freedom, it’s hard to go back to how it used to be. However, we have a little news for you, it isn’t easy […]

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  • OFF-CAMPUS LIVING

    July 4th Celebrations: College Editions

    ForRentUniversity.com® certainly hopes summer has been treating you well. Whether taking it easy or hitting up the summer classes to get ahead, everyone should stop and celebrate America! The Fourth of July is just around the corner and America wants you to have a good time. Seriously, we asked her. She said it was cool. […]

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  • APARTMENT LIVING

    How to Go About Asking Parents for Money

    Odds are, if you are currently in college, you may not be the richest person in the world. College and being broke go hand in hand. It’s like they were made for each other. And thanks to student loans, most college grads STILL know the feeling. There comes a time during your college career where […]

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  • APARTMENT LIVING

    What to Expect If You Have to Break Your Lease

      Let’s start out by stating, if you don’t have to break your lease, then definitely don’t. It can save you time and money in many cases, however, life happens. Things sneak up on us and the future is shady at best. So if you are looking into breaking your lease, there are a few […]

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  • APARTMENT LIVING

    Party-Proofing Your Apartment

    It’s no hidden secret that college students like to party. In fact, it may be a college student’s favorite thing to do. So, naturally, once one finds their very first off-campus apartment, throwing a welcome party (or many welcome parties) is at the top of the list. However, let’s take a second to consider that […]

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