Even in the best of situations, moving is inherently stressful. There are simply too many factors to consider for it to not be at least somewhat complicated. Searching for a new place is one of the most important elements, and it can be hard to know if you’re getting the right place for the right price.
A self storage unit is a great option for anyone with belongings they need to keep safe during a move, temporary relocation, or just wants to protect extra stuff. But as easy as that might seem, not all units are the same, and neither are all facilities.
There are a lot of great reasons to rent a self storage unit, from temporarily keeping items safe during a summer break or big move to needing a long-term place to keep your things after you downsize or declutter your home.
There are a number of great reasons to rent a self-storage unit, especially if you live in a Norman apartment. Whether you live with roommates you don’t yet know too well or you simply don’t have enough room, a self-storage unit is a great way to keep your valuables close and protected at the same time.
While decluttering should always be on your to-do list (we see you, Marie Kondo), there comes a time when you simply need storage for what’s left. When your Norman apartment is neatly organized, finding what you need is quick and easy. Your supplies and tools are right where you left them. And, you’re not spending countless hours looking for your car keys.
Storage units are great for events like moving into or out of a Norman apartment or finding a place to store your clunky Christmas decorations. However, there are some expensive mistakes renters might make when they are choosing a unit to store their possessions.
A great headboard can transform the look and feel of your bedroom. As the focal point, it has the ability to change the tone of a space almost immediately. While you’ll shop various styles at a furniture company, you also have the option of experimenting with a little DIY.
A little creativity (and a lot of elbow grease) goes a long way. Whether you’re trying to squeeze in a drafting table or creating a full-blown study, here are some tips for creating a stylish office space in OKC apartments.
October is quickly approaching and you know what that means. No, not Halloween – the OKC Thunder season kick-off! Though the first two are away games, that doesn’t mean you and your friends can’t party in style. In today’s blog, we’ll be sharing some ways to prepare OKC apartments for the game day celebrations!
Are you an early adopter of all things technology? Good news, you don’t have to buy a fancy house to have the best gadgets for making your life easier. Even better news, it’s not too expensive to have smart technology in your apartment.
Tulsa Union is a public school district located in southeast Tulsa and northwest Broken Arrow. The eighth largest district in Oklahoma, Tulsa Union has approximately 16,000 students pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. The district is known for its dynamic academic programs, remarkable facilities and various community partnerships.
There isn’t a shortage of apartment options in the Oklahoma City Metro. It’s a bustling area with plenty to do, and if you find yourself in the area for college, work or just a new place to live, here are the best apartments in OKC.
Every so often, we encounter visitors who have stumbled upon an apartment they love but are unsure whether to move in due to the apartment’s proximity to a school. In today’s blog, we’ll be shedding light on the top six and how they affect your apartment lifestyle.
Students want to find the most affordable housing possible. Can we blame them? With tuition, facility fees and books, things can get expensive really quickly. Most colleges and universities require freshmen to live on campus. But, by the end of that first year, many find themselves searching for cheaper living arrangements elsewhere.
As a pet owner, you want to live in a community that treats you and your fur baby like family. However, finding that kind of apartment can be tricky in a larger city. If you’re hunting for a new place and need some advice for making the move as comfortable as possible, our team at Northstar has you covered.
Whether you’re transitioning from on-campus housing or simply looking for an upgrade in space, it can be difficult finding an apartment near OU that strikes the balance between quality and affordability. Apartment hunting can be particularly tricky during the spring and summer months as well — students are returning and the whole town of Norman is reawakening from a sports-free slumber.
If you’re wanting to live in luxury in Tulsa, then look no further than everything Coventry Park has to offer residents. Spend all day shopping at some of the best stores in the state, and enjoy a delicious meal at one of the finest restaurants in the city.
Oklahoma City has a lot to offer its residents from the low cost of living to fun annual events. If you're moving to a small apartment community, you won’t have a shortage of things to love about the city.
Whether you’re a student, couple or just starting a family, an apartment is a great way to save money for future homeownership. Edmond is a wonderful community full of friendly neighbors, parks and sights to see.
Oklahoma City is known for its rich cultural history. But as one of the fastest growing (and most affordable) cities in the U.S., the area is experiencing a boom of incoming jobs as the skyline continues to expand.
It’s fun to get creative when decorating for the holidays, but with limited space things can get tricky. Luckily there are many ways to showcase your style while keeping things simple, small and stress-free.