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Normally I pay my rent online. Not so long time ago I've found very interesting listing map tool based on Rentberry rental platform in NYC: https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/new-york-ny
They have a very comfortable system that allows you to perform payments online on the regular basis.

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Incoming 1Ls / Re: UF Housing
« on: June 08, 2017, 05:24:10 AM »
I'd like to recommend using this website:
https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/orlando-fl/

if you want to find student-friendly apartments near the University of Florida. This site can save your time, your money and also provide great online service.  8)

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Man, try to look for apartments on normal websites.Housing requirements are heck! I hate this.
You'd better go here and find some nice pet-friendly studio, rather than trying to be suitable for some requirements:
https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/atlanta-ga/pet-friendly

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For my apartment search, I use modern search systems that are connected to MSL, that allows me to find exactly what I want. There are a bunch of these websites, but the best one I've found on the web is here:
https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/houston-tx
Also, you can filter price, amenities, scroll the map in order to find a place that is close to your college/university. Technologies make our lifes easier!

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Incoming 1Ls / Re: Housing in Berkeley
« on: May 30, 2017, 03:00:33 AM »
In case you want to rent near Berkley College of Music, I would like to recommend you visit this website and to look for some studio or one bedroom apartments in Bostom, MA.
https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/boston-ma/studio
 Prices there are really cheap and affordable!

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Black Law Students / Re: Post Your Interesting News Articles Here
« on: May 30, 2017, 02:55:34 AM »
Bidding rental platform Rentberry has launched their apartment search (https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/houston-tx) with multiple updates.
Now you can look over 100,000+ rental properties in the USA with a huge variety of property types (house, condo, apartment, loft, apartment building, room etc), find your pet-friendly housing (cat and dog filters) and much much more. Renting done right, Finally!

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If someone is looking for apartments in New York (studio, 1 bedrooom), I'd like to recommend you to use this service for your rental purposes. All actions (lease agreement signing, contacting landlords, paying for rent) are performed online, so you can save your time and money. Just follow the instructions, and you will find what you want very fast: https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/new-york-ny/1-bed

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I have one nice tip. Talk your landlord, maybe he will give you a permission to post on the map listing, like this: https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/san-francisco-ca/
 In case your price will be affordable and competitive, you can get much more audience. Because fewer people nowadays use forums and q/a for property search. It also can be totally unsafe, bro

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Black Law Students / Re: Apartment Hunting
« on: May 24, 2017, 03:21:04 AM »
What about me, I prefer to search for apartments with online rental websites just like Trulia, Zillow, Appartments etc. The only problem I've noticed, that popular rental services online is quite expensive comparing with the new ones. So you'd better use something fresh if you want to pay less.
Normally, you just need a type of property you want in the search. Let's imagine I want to rent a studio in Atlanta. I go here:
https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/atlanta-ga/studio and I see a bunch of listings. All I need is to filter up according to my budget and needs. Thank God that realtors era is almost in the past :D

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Current Law Students / Re: Housing at UFL
« on: May 22, 2017, 02:50:30 AM »
As for me, living on campus is more than important experience, but there is a lot of cornerstones (bad neighbors that you obviously can't change). I've lived on the campus for 1 year and then I've decided to rent apartments for few reasons:
 Price difference between campus and off-campus housing is not so big - around 200$. But instead I get my own private space, that allows living in the way I want, neither the way that is described in the policy.
Also, I've used those service, because now it's possible to search for apartments with the help of maps. Here's an example: https://rentberry.com/apartments/s/philadelphia-pa  That means, I've found studio just near my university. After all of this statements, I have a rational question: For what purpose do I/you need to live on campus or other college building?  ???

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