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What Gen Y Wants in an Apartment in Hilton Head and beyond

Does Your Property Have What Renters Want?

What Gen Y Wants in an Apartment

Posted on June 18, 2013 by sharper courtesy of

Take note of these new amenity trends designed to make you feel like you’re living on Easy Street. It’s not just what’s cooler, faster, or flashier… young people want practical, too! Find your perfect apartment, now! Generation Y renters have a fresh take on apartment living and aren’t wowed by passé perks. Poolside grills and covered parking are just the start of what they expect from a hip apartment community, according to industry insiders like Multifamily Executive Magazine.

7 Tips when moving to Hilton Head

7 Tips when moving to Hilton HeadWith some smart organizing, you can make an easy exit — and your next move will be a breeze!

Are you a frequent mover or anticipating a move in the near future? You can make the next move easier by preparing a strategy to pre-pack and organize stuff you want to take — and toss what you’d rather leave behind!

Top 5 Questions to Ask Prospective Tenants -Tenant Screening Services

How Important Is It To Screen Tenants For Your Hilton Head or Bluffton Long Term Rentals?

You’re faced with a vacant unit and someone has responded to your website or online ad. You’re anxious to close a deal.

Not so fast.

As tempting as it is to quickly sign up this prospective renter, you shouldn’t shortcut your due diligence process. Spend the time now to determine if this person is right for your unit, rather than dealing with potentially more serious problems down the road.

Impress Hilton Head long term renters

Long Term Rental Management Tips

The following comes from the experts at Zillow:

Make a Good First Impression on Your Renters at Showings

Apartment showings are like a first date for renters. Not only does the apartment have to be in tip-top shape to win over prospective renters, but so do you. Renters are also watching and analyzing your demeanor as a rental professional.

Amenities That Increase Rental Value|Hilton Head Apartments

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So, you want to attract more potential renters to your apartment complex, but are not sure of how to get them to commit once they arrive for a viewing? Well, offering a reasonable rental rate will definitely get their attention, but unless you can figure out a way to sell them on your complex, the meeting might not end with a signed lease and a deposit check exchanging hands. What is the key to getting them to lease your unit if the complex down the street is offering the same rental rate? Simple. It’s all about the apartment amenities.

Healthy Apartment Living in Hilton Head SC

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Keeping your apartment a healthy place to live:

Dust, mold and mildew aren’t just unsightly byproducts of poor housekeeping:  they all pose potential health issues, especially if you are prone to allergies. Read on for ways to keep your place clean, and keep you and your apartment healthy.

Thinking of Moving to Hilton Head with a Summer Apartment?

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Moving to an Apartment During the Summer

With kids out of school and vacation at the ready, summer is the easiest time for most people to coordinate a move.  It’s also the busiest season of the year for apartment moving.  Use these summer moving tips to help protect yourself — and your stuff — during a summer move to Hilton Head Island or Bluffton, South Carolina.

Apartment Walk Through Checklist in Hilton Head

The following comes from the experts at Moving  FYI, Absolute Island Management does more than require the checklist.  We will inspect the property with the new tenant, note any defects or maintenance items needed.  We also are the only company to take detailed move in pictures to protect both the owner’s asset and the tenants deposit from any unjustified deductions.

Not every landlord or management company requires an apartment walkthrough when you move in to a new apartment unit, but it’s generally in your best interest to do so. Request one before you move in, if it’s not initiated for you, and check to see that all is well in your new home.

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