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7 Wonders of North Carolina

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Our state is so beautiful!! Check out these beautiful views you should visit.  To view the entire article please visit: http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/north-carolina/7-natural-wonders-nc/

If you are looking for the perfect rental in the Asheville area, check us out, www.rentahomeasheville.com .  We are also a growing local Western North Carolina small business.  We are here to help you find your perfect rental home or to help you manage your important rental investment property.  Stop and visit us at:

184 E Chestnut St, #4

Asheville NC 28801

Phone: (828)676-6764

Happy hunting!

 1. Looking Glass Rock

2. Jockey's Ridge

3. The New River

 

Don't Forget These Items When Moving!

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

So you are moving to a new apartment. You have calculated how much you need for deposit, rent, and movers, but have you thought about these other things you need? Rent.com has a list of things to not forget. To view the full article: http://blog.rent.com/moving-costs/

 

Packing Supplies

Diligently swinging by local warehouses in search of free boxes is a good way to reduce this cost, but you’re still going to need to purchase packing supplies like tape, foam peanuts, and furniture sliders. Make sure you do this early– nothing is worse than waiting until the last second and haphazardly shoving your stuff into whatever containers you can find.

Gas or Airfare

Don’t forget it costs money to get from point A to point B, even if you’re just heading down the block. If you rented a moving van, you’ll be responsible for filling it back up the gas, and if you hired movers, you’ll have to transport yourself to your new place. These costs only go up if you need to fly to your new home.

Utilities

When you sign up for new utilities, there is usually some sort of deposit. This varies based on how much is included in your rent– in some cases, water and heat will already be turned on, as the building pays for it. Deposits are inexpensive, but they add up– so make sure you understand what you’ll be responsible for before move-in day!

Cable and Internet

Some of the most pressing moving costs are cable and Internet. (You have to get your Netflix fix somehow, right?) It’s similar to utilities in the sense that it usually requires a one-time deposit plus your first month’s fees, and like your utilities, it’s a good idea to schedule their installation before you move. Living without the Internet for a week may be a first-world problem, but it’s a big one.

Insurance Changes

Depending on where you’ve moved, you may find that your renters or automotive insurance has risen. Fear not– it’s usually not by much. Still, you’ll need to update your insurance company with your new address, so be prepared to pay a little more in moving costs!

 

If you are looking for the perfect rental in the Asheville area, check us out, www.rentahomeasheville.com .  We are also a growing local Western North Carolina small business.  We are here to help you find your perfect rental home or to help you manage your important rental investment property.  Stop and visit us at:

184 E Chestnut St, #4

Asheville NC 28801

Phone: (828)676-6764

Happy hunting!