Moving Into Your First Apartment After Or During College

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Getting Your First Apartment

Whether you’re fresh out of college or still grinding away, moving into your first apartment can be a major milestone. And while the prospect of graduating from college housing probably has you jumping at the bit, preparing for the move and creating a smart financial budget can be rough territory. Luckily, a convenient college apartment checklist can have you prepared for the big day when it arrives!

Dorm Living vs. Apartment Living

There are many differences in dorm living and apartment living. In a dorm, you must share a small space with at least one roommate, including areas like the kitchen and bathrooms. This can be inconvenient when it comes to cooking, showering and personal grooming, as your private time is limited in this type of living arrangement. In an apartment, you will be able to enjoy much more privacy and the freedom to utilize whatever room and its services that you wish.

On the other hand, living in a dorm does have its advantages. Being on campus means you have little to no gas expense or travel time. Also, it automatically opens up your social horizons since it means living in the center of the school’s social hub. Both of these reasons are important enough to persuade many students to choose dorm living over moving into their own private apartment.

College Apartment Decor

If you’ve made the decision to get your own place, congratulations! Now it is time to think about how you will personalize it and make it your own. It is likely that you have some college dorm furniture that you can bring over to the new apartment, which will cut down on some of your immediate move-in costs. Many college students are on a budget, so an especially effective way of making sure you don’t go over budget is to commit to a simple, easy-to-assemble college apartment decor. Focus on what you need first instead of what you want, and you won’t stretch yourself too thin. Once you’ve moved in and had time to adjust to the cost of your new life, then you will have a better idea of how much extra funds you have to spend on decor for your new place.

Moving into Your First Apartment

Before the big day approaches, figure out how you will get all of your belongings from your dorm to the new apartment. If you are fortunate enough to have friends or family that can help, this will also cut down on your spending costs. For a professional job in which your belongings would be moved with care and precision, however, you might consider hiring a moving and storage company to take care of this physically-demanding job for you.

If you need help moving into your new place, call Liberty Moving & Storage at 1-800-640-4487. We are a full-service moving and storage team equipped to handle any move. Our team of professional movers can get you packed, moved, and unloaded in no time. We take pride in delivering unbeatable service to our customers, so you don’t have to worry that your belongings will be in good hands!

Whether you’re attending school or moving in Manhattan, or moving to the Brooklyn, get in touch with us for your free moving quote today!

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