The Apartment Search: What You Need to Know

January 19th, 2016 | by Scott Weaver

Finding a new apartment is a difficult task, especially if you’re moving to a new city and don’t know the area. A good apartment locator can be invaluable. They will guide you by discussing what you’re looking for. If you have time, it can be helpful to research your options before you need to move, [&hellip

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Working with Apartment Locators: Common Misconceptions

January 11th, 2016 | by Scott Weaver

Many people who are searching for apartments may not be familiar with what an apartment locator does. We’ve put together a list of common misconceptions to help you in your decision of how to go about your apartment search. We want our clients to understand what we do and how our business operates. When you [&hellip

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Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Houston: Ringing in 2016

December 30th, 2015 | by Scott Weaver

Looking for something a little more interesting than a house party or your neighborhood bar this New Year’s Eve? Here are some of Houston’s most interesting events, ranging from free municipal celebrations and black-tie events to some more-unusual venues. City of Houston – Downtown Theater District 7 p.m. to 12:15 a.m. Houston’s mayor is partnering [&hellip

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Questions to Ask When Touring an Apartment Community

December 28th, 2015 | by Scott Weaver

The purpose of touring an apartment community isn’t merely to view the property. It’s also an important opportunity to interact with the property’s representatives. Take this chance to ask specific questions about the property and management. Not only are their answers important, but their attitude can tell you a lot about the company’s culture. You [&hellip

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Moving and Relocation Tips

December 15th, 2015 | by Scott Weaver

Moving to a new city, neighborhood, or home can be an exciting adventure, but moving requires so much work that it can overwhelm almost anyone. While moving can be a daunting task, staying organized can ease much of the stress involved. The checklist below will help you get a head start and avoid last minute [&hellip

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2015 ULR Food Drive a Success!

December 9th, 2015 | by Jessica St. John

The 2015 ULR Food Drive benefitting the Women’s Home has come to a close, and we are happy to say we have collected more items then ever before!! The response from the co-sponsors and the community was overwhelming. The agents of ULR spent Wednesday morning piling boxes of cans and other non-perishable goods into trucks for transport to [&hellip

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Celebrating the Holidays in Dallas

December 1st, 2015 | by Scott Weaver

This time of year it’s easy to feel nostalgic about childhood, when Christmas magic seemed to be everywhere you turned. However, you can still enjoy the spirit of the season as an adult. There are plenty of ways to celebrate the holidays in Dallas, from the nostalgic to the eclectic. Check out the festivities below, [&hellip

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Celebrating the Holiday Season in the Houston Area

November 28th, 2015 | by Scott Weaver

Sometimes it can feel like the holidays are only geared toward kids, which can be disheartening for adults who love the season, too. Houston residents, don’t worry —Bayou City offers many holiday activities for adults, all ages, and your inner child. There’s something for everyone, from nostalgic (some might say cheesy) Christmas traditions to eclectic [&hellip

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Top 10 Most Unique Dallas Restaurants

November 20th, 2015 | by Scott Weaver

Russian Banya – Carrollton Russian Banya is just that—a Russian spa experience—but they also offer the Volga Restaurant, where you can enjoy a traditional Russian meal while overlooking the plunge pool (be forewarned, this can make for an unusual people-watching experience, as clothing is optional in the spa area). Spend a few hours relaxing in [&hellip

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Best Day Trips from Houston

November 16th, 2015 | by Scott Weaver

Houston is a wonderful city, no doubt about it. But, it’s a wonderful city at the edge of a wonderful state, and if you’re living in Houston without ever getting outside the city limits, you’re missing out. So the next time you have a weekend with good driving conditions and no obligations, consider getting out [&hellip

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