Looking for an apartment? Try apartments.com!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of apartments.com for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

When I first moved to Seattle over a decade ago, I used apartments.com to check out potential places to live.

Trying to find a place to live in a city you are very unfamilair with isn’t easy. Believe me. Apartments.com did a good job then, and in the past 10 years or so, it’s gotten even better. A friend was recently looking for a place to live, so I checked out Apartments.com to give some suggestions.

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Whether you’re seraching by city or neighborhood, you can get a great start on the site. It’s easy to seatch by any number of amenities – like numbers of bedrooms or pets – even if there is parking. Not to mention how much you can afford in rent – which in Seattle – can be pretty crazy!

I was impressed with the amount of information you could find on each apartment complex, complete with lots of photos. It certainly would make it easier to narrow down a few choices before heading out to visit them. We all know how overwhelming finding a place to live can be, and apartments.com makes it so much easier with all of the details they provide!

Another bonus is that apartments.com has gone mobile. So be sure to grab the app for your Phone, iPad and Android! That will make your searching easier!

I don’t need to find an apartment anymore, but I’m happy to tell others to check out apartments.com - especially if they don’t have the time to drive around looking – or if they aren’t in the area. It just makes it so much easier!

If you’re on Twitter, make sure to follow them at @aptscom – maybe tweet them a photo of you in your new place you found at apartments.com! :)

 

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