Looking for more posts about all things renter-related to winter? Here’s a whole collection on that very topic. We will continue adding content each and every week.
Our blog exists to provide renters with valuable information to enhance their experience. As such, topics will range from how to search for a place to call home, to the logistics involved with renting, and even how to settle into one’s new home. In addition, to ensure we cover both sides of the marketplace, we will be creating resources for property managers/owners, including topics specific to private landlords.
Dwellsy blog readers are able to jump to relevant topics in two manners; through categories and tags. Categories will capture the general topic content, while tags will delve into micro-data. What is micro-data? While there might be an overall theme to a post, we might cover specific content within (e.g. winter). At the bottom of a Dwellsy blog post, you’ll now see a series of tags. Click on one. It will jump you to topic collections that include that tag terminology.
If you’re reading this, you clicked on winter. Enjoy a variety of posts pertaining to that subject-matter. Therefore, be sure to visit the Dwellsy blog often to see what new content we’ve added.
Dwellsy.com is a comprehensive residential home rentals marketplace based on the radical concept that true, organic search in a free eco-system creates more value than the pay-to-play model embraced by all of the current rental listing services. We have more residential rental listings than any of the major listing sites—as well as the most diverse set of listings—including both affordable and higher-end properties. Our entirely different approach to residential rental listings focuses on presenting houses and apartments based on features renters need and want — not based on how much landlords pay to show their listings.
Even though you may dread the idea of moving in the snow, it may be the smartest financial decision you can make! There is a best time of the year, and it’s the winter - December, January and February.