It’s no surprise that leasing in a fast-paced, mobile-first society can be difficult. Gone are the days of a lead calling or dropping by to ask about what everything looked like, the price, and what was available. Today, leads can quickly and easily find this and more information about your community through an online search. Most spend more time window shopping online and less time on an actual tour.
In the past decade, Apartment living has become a lifestyle of freedom and style. The sleek buildings with elevators taking you to rooftop pools caters to a luxurious lifestyle on a budget. Little did we know that these new luxurious urban lifestyles may be costing us a lot more. As crazy as it sounds, there are a lot of reasons why living in an apartment can help you pack on weight if you’re not careful.
Hurricane Irma, and its 138 mph winds, wrecked havoc along the Florida coastline last August. The storm left thousands of renters flooded, without electricity, and many homeless and searching for a dry and safe place to sleep. In most communities, the first floor units were damaged beyond repair with upper levels wind torn. Seeing no way back to their homes or the coast line areas, many renters moved inland to regroup and rebuild.