New Pad, Same Pet? Make Everyone Happy (Including You)!

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If you want to be worthy of the love of man’s (or woman’s) best friend, you’ll want to consider your dog’s needs as you tour apartments. And cat owners--you’re not off the hook. Even though cats are lower maintenance, we all know that they—deservedly—expect to be treated like royalty. So, the... read

How to Fall in Love with Your Neighborhood

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You did it! You searched around, took a leap, and actually moved to a new neighborhood. Now comes the fun part—breaking the ice and diving deep into everything that makes your neighborhood great. Here are some tips for how to feel the love faster than two attractive protagonists in a ninety-minute romantic... read

RadPad Moving Checklist

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Simplify your move with RadPad. We curated a list of items to remember to do before, during, and after you move.  RadPad Moving... read

How to #Adult: Tips for Buying Renter’s Insurance

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Picture this: you return from a fun night out with friends, only to see the door to your apartment hanging open. Your stomach drops, anticipating what you’re going to find - or not find - inside. Or this – after a fire in the apartment below you, your entire wardrobe now reeks of smoke. Or how about this -... read

How to Make the Most of Touring

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A new home is more than just a place to sleep; it affects everything in your life. Every moment you spend at home matters. That said, the reality of renting is that that time to start searching for a perfect new place always seems to sneak up on you. And it's not like that's all you've got on your plate—you’re... read

Landlords…How Are They Different (And Why You Should Care)

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There are many parts of the leasing process that impact your living experience. Some are obvious, while others you may only think about after you move in. For example, many people visualize their perfect home in terms of a list of aesthetic features, like a spa-like bathroom or hardwood floors. Others think about utility... read

What D.C. Zip Codes are Paying the Most of Their Salaries in Rent?

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We all know that residents of the nation’s capital pay some of the highest rent in the country. Across the entire D.C. area right now, renters are paying around $2,050 for a one bedroom on RadPad. However, we wanted to go a step further to see which residents in the D.C. metro area are paying the highest percentage of... read