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Published On: Thu, Aug 20th, 2015

Top Apps for Renters on the Go

Approximately 107.573 million people in the United States are renters. Every year, that number fluctuates as college grads search for their first home and young professionals move to new cities. If you’re in the market for a new rental property, you are no stranger to the woes of trying to navigate the rental market for a place to live, packing your possessions, and decorating your new pad. Thankfully, there are tons of apps available for every type of renter. Here are a few of our favorites.

Houzz Interior Design Ideas

Starting over in a new apartment or home can be daunting. Between unpacking and learning your new whereabouts, personalizing your new place may be the last thing on your mind. That’s where Houzz comes into play – this app features delightfully curated, swoon-worthy interior design ideas, such as easy-to-clean rental carpet ideas and wall art. It also allows you to find professional in your area to turn your design dreams into a reality.

Lovely

The moving process can be super stressful. But don’t let the anxiety put a damper on the excitement of your new abode and fresh start! Lovely is the easiest way to land your next home, whether you’re moving across town or across the country. Use its map-based feature to filter your hunt and check out fresh listings every day.

BrightNest

This fun little app should be on every renter’s phone. It offers numerous home improvement and organization hacks that are sure to impress even the savviest of renters.

photo 401K 2012/2013 via Flickr

photo 401K 2012/2013 via Flickr

PadMapper

This free app is one of the best apartment search engines online and uses tons of filters to help you narrow down your search. Filter based on full-term leases, rooms and shares, pet friendly apartments, and more.

Nextdoor

This community centric app includes more than 33,000 neighborhoods and helps you connect with new neighbors to uncover the hidden gems in your new town. Not only does Nextdoor promote safety, but it also creates a forum for sharing, such as babysitters and yard supplies.

Evernote

As you get ready to move into a new home, your to-do list will inevitably grow. Keep a running tab of all of the items you need to do on the Evernote app. The clean interface enables you to keep abreast of all of your errands and tasks, such as finding a new doctor in your city or remembering to pack your favorite band posters from college.

If you’re one of the millions of renters in America, you need to check out one of these top apps for renters. They will save you headache and hassle during the moving process, and even make finding a new home fun!

Guest Author: Lolita Di

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