Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 27, 2014
PropertyHistory.us.org is creating a guide that will help educate first-time renters about how to get the apartment they want at a fair price, the company said yesterday.
“With graduation just around the corner, a lot of people are going to be moving out of their parents' homes and looking to rent an apartment for the first time,” a PropertyHistory.us.org spokesman said. “But they may not know how to go about it. And, if they make a mistake they could end up in a problem property or overpaying their rent for at least a year. We'd like to help them avoid that. That's why we created this guide.”
The PropertyHistory.us.org First Time Renter Guide will take people through every step of the process of securing an apartment for the first time, he said.
“We'll show you how much to expect to pay for a deposit, how to convince a landlord to rent you the property even though you have no rental history, and even how to find the right roommate to share expenses with,” he said. “The guide is going to be as complete as possible.”
It will also include suggestions about how to use PropertyHistory.us.org reports during the search process.
“Our reports don't simply help people who want to buy a home,” he said. “They also provide information about how much you should pay in rent for the home. And they give you important information about the neighborhood and school system, which can give you a picture of the quality of life you can expect if you rent the apartment.”
The guide will be made available on the members' area of PropertyHistory.us.org and released through social media channels, he said.
PropertyHistory.us.org allows consumers to look up the value of any home on or off the market. View property records like foreclosures, flood damage, previous owners, current market value and more. Get more information about a current residence or a property you are interested in purchasing with this large property database. Visit PropertyHistory.us.org to chat with a live representative, call 1-866-605-0311, or email Manager(at)PropertyHistory(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.