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Pets and Apartments: The Best Pets For An Apartment

by Hometeam Properties

Pets and apartments can go hand in hand, but there's a lot to consider when you live in an apartment and you choose to have a pet. Find out what the best pets for an apartment are below.

Pets And Apartments: The Basics

by Hometeam Properties

Pets and apartments can exist in harmony, but there are many things to consider when you live in an apartment and you choose to adopt a pet.

First and foremost, does your landlord allow pets? If they do, are there restrictions on the type or size of your pet? Make sure to consult your lease agreement and know the rules before you make the decision to get a pet.

Stick To Your New Year's Resolutions: Best Gyms in Columbus

by Hometeam Properties

It’s officially 2018, which means it's time to get on board the New Year's Resolution bandwagon and try to make healthier choices. For a lot of people, this means starting a new workout routine.

How to Make a Budget and Stick To It In 2018

by Hometeam Properties

Making and sticking to a budget can be difficult for anybody. It always starts off with good intentions and the promise to keep up with your budget, but then your favorite store has a huge sale, or you have an unexpected bill pop up.

The Gift Guide: The 15 Best Holiday Gifts for College Students

by Hometeam Properties

'Tis the season! The holidays are fast approaching and it’s time to start shopping. Not sure what to get for your student? Don't worry, we put together the perfect guide to gifts for college students.

Student Loans 101: Student Loan Repayment Options

by Hometeam Properties

Graduating from college is an exciting time. You've finally made it through those four (or maybe five...or six...) years of college and you're ready to get your degree and head out into the world. But wait, you've got loans. 

Wilson Place Update: November

by Hometeam Properties

Last week our leasing agent Sammi braved the cold weather to bring you a video update on the construction progress at Wilson Place. She stepped into the Kennedy, Lincoln, and Buchanan units for a behind the scenes look.


How to Support your Student Without Being A Helicopter Parent

by Hometeam Properties

Everyone has heard the term "helicopter parent", and everyone probably knows one, but maybe it's a little harder to recognize when you're being one. A helicopter parent is a parent who takes an overprotective or excessive interest in the life of their child.

Your Guide to Ohio State Parents Weekend

by Hometeam Properties

Sending your child off to college is an overwhelming and exciting feeling. While they're settling into their new dorm, classes, and routines- you're already planning your next visit to campus to see them.

Luckily, most campuses have plenty to do that gives you the perfect excuse to visit.

10 Tips for Saying Goodbye to Your College-Bound Child

by Ryan Carter

For many mothers, including mine, saying goodbye to a son or daughter headed off to college is one of life's most wrenching moments. As a mom, you want to leave your child on an upbeat note and you may try to suppress any worry or sadness. Don't fight it -- it's a natural response. After all, a child who's been a primary focus of your life is about to strike out on his or her own, and your own role will be reduced.