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.
You’ve probably heard some common ways to conserve your energy bills — window film, caulking, etc. But, these solutions mainly pertain to homeowners. No fair, right?
We have some good news, though. Even if you’re just renting, there are still plenty of ways you can keep your place toasty (without costing an arm and a leg). Keep reading to learn our seven sneaky recommendations to lower your apartment heating bills this season!
As temperatures begin to drop, we find ourselves preparing for yet another freezing Oklahoma winter. You’d expect your home to stay nice and cozy, but utility bills always have a way of sneaking up on you. Taking some time to winterize your home ensures the heat stays in and the ridiculous bills keep out. Send those seasonal blues packing with these eight ways to prepare your apartment for winter.
Finally, you paid all the deposits and enlisted family members to carry boxes up several flights of stairs. Now, all you have to do is make sense of the furniture stacked in random corners and the mountain of boxes in the middle of the living room.
If you are in a small apartment by choice or necessity, being strategic with your available space is a necessity. There are many perks to living in a small space: you spend less on utilities and rent, and cleaning is a breeze.
If you want apartment complex residents to renew their leases, the property must feel like home. Apartments are typically temporary housing, but there are seven strategies you can use to make the complex not only a place your tenants love to live but also a place they recommend to others.
The New York Times declared 2017 “Year of the Renter,” which means you need to up your game if you own and manage a multi-family housing complex. It also means you might face more competitors in the future when new apartments start going up around your property.
Summer break is a great time to dedicate warm afternoons to learning new things at museums in the area. Take a few hours or an entire day, schedule a tour or just take a look around. Either way, new experiences are waiting.
As summer closes in, longer days will call for creativity for spare time. You and your family or friends will be looking for few new, interesting activities since school will be out. We propose this list of 15 fun attractions in Oklahoma – ranging from indoor to outdoor and active to calm. You’re sure to find something compelling on this master list of summer fun!
Living off-campus is something almost every college freshman looks forward to after only two weeks in the residence halls. There’s appeal to having your own space and setting your own rules. No resident advisor, no parents and most importantly, your own room.
After a year or two in the dorms, you’re ready to make it on your own! Or, maybe you’re graduating and they just won’t let you crash on campus anymore. Summer is the perfect time to move into that new apartment and since we’re nearing the end of the semester, it’s time to start looking.
Choosing a roommate is never an easy task. Since they’ll be sharing a part of your life with you, it’s important to ensure your living styles complement each other. Here’s a list of the 8 most important topics to discuss when searching for a roommate.
Whether it’s your first apartment or you’re a seasoned renter, there are several pitfalls that take place when apartment hunting. It’s easy to think about the fun aspects of renting. You know — decorating, hosting parties, relaxing on the patio.
As a dog, you have very few responsibilities. Being a dog in an apartment can be a bit more challenging, though — even in pet-friendly apartments. There isn’t as much room to play, which you love doing. Your human may have a smaller closet with fewer shoes, which you love chewing up.
Whether you rent a home or large floor plan apartment, clutter certainly works in mysterious ways. Junk mail, shoes, receipts and everyday items quickly begin establishing a home of their own — leaving you with less space and more frustrations.
Rumors have been circulating. Chisholm Creek is developing fast — and it’s starting to show.
All joking aside, Chisholm Creek OKC is one of the city’s first pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use developments. It’s a 190-acre complex, located on west Memorial Road between Pennsylvania Ave. and Western Ave.