Category Archives: Rental Tips

Rental Scams Are Damaging for Landlords Too

Written on October 26, 2011 at 3:59 pm, by

Landlords also need to be aware of the scams that are out there, how they work, and how to protect themselves. Also, an idea from on how landlords and property managers might protect their images of their rental properties from being copied, and used in fraudulent online ads.

Protecting Yourself From Online Rental Scams

Written on October 25, 2011 at 7:13 pm, by

Educate yourself, and educate your loved ones about how rental scams work, and how to protect yourself. Young, first time renters, and seniors are particularly easy targets for these scams, so make sure to talk to your family, to prevent them from becoming a victim.

Making the Most of Being a Renter

Written on October 21, 2011 at 12:38 pm, by

On both sides of the Atlantic, more and more people are becoming, or remaining renters. With the current state of the economy, and soaring home prices, home ownership is becoming considerably more difficult for an increasingly larger number of people to achieve.

Connecting College and University Students with Housing Rentals

Written on August 14, 2011 at 5:20 pm, by

Find comfortable, affordable places to live for your school year, on Search for apartments, basement suits, condos, multi-family dwellings, and shared accommodations, to suit various needs and budgets. Find other useful rentals for students as well, such as textbooks.

Accidents Involving Inflatables

Written on June 14, 2011 at 4:39 pm, by

Although Bounce House rentals and inflatable rentals can be very fun at a party or event, they can sometimes turn dangerous, particularly in windy conditions. There are plenty of fun alternatives, though. Find great Party and Event rental companies on, who want to help you plan a fun and safe event.

Combat Obsolescence and E-Waste, Rent Electronics

Written on March 17, 2011 at 2:29 pm, by

It’s time we all took a hard look at our over-consumption as a society, and made changes in our lifestyle to reduce waste, and reuse items. Renting accomplishes both of these environmental cornerstones. Renting Electronic items may be one way to help cut down on the amount of E-waste we produce. It certainly has the potential to cut down on the number of items being discarded, when an item can be used over and over by several different people.

On Budget and Eco-Friendly Wedding Trends

Written on February 23, 2011 at 4:11 pm, by

Most newly engaged couples are paying for their own wedding day. And many people are becoming increasingly concerned about the environment, and want green choices for their wedding day. Renting is both budget friendly, and environmentally friendly, and helps you find Wedding Rentals near you.

Rent Baby Equipment for Your Child’s Comfort

Written on February 7, 2011 at 5:22 pm, by

Finding Baby Equipment Rentals is easy. At there are full rental listings, city by city. Your baby or young child will be safe, comfortable and happy, and you don’t need to worry about how to meet their needs whilst you are away. It’s affordable, so even if you prefer to book cheap holidays you will not be stung with high cost rentals for the things you need to make the holiday go smoothly.

Renting vs Buying-The Home Edition

Written on February 3, 2011 at 8:34 pm, by

Renting a property is often less of a financial strain than having a mortgage. Renting can allow you the freedom to explore more opportunities, have a more comfortable life, perhaps travel more, and allow you to put your money in other types of investments.
With the state of things in North America is today, more and more people are finding that renting a property is a good decision.

Many Benefits, and Very Important Reasons to Have Renters Insurance

Written on February 1, 2011 at 1:33 pm, by

There are plenty of important reasons why you should invest in Renter’s Insurance. Read the rest of this article, if you’re a renter, to see why. It’s a crazy world, and you never know what could happen. Make sure you’re covered, call your Insurance Provider today.