Aside from looking through classified ads and other forms of advertising to look for vacant apartment units in the community, some people rely on apartment reviews. By reading these, people wouldn’t have a problem choosing the right apartment unit for them.
If you want to contribute something and you want to make your say about a certain apartment, be sure to follow these apartment review tips:
Don’t Be Biased
Sometimes in making reviews, we are not aware that the apartment reviews that we are writing are all biased already. Aside from ranting what is lacking in a certain building, how about making a say about the good sides of the structure as well (e.g. free services, interior/exterior designs of the apartment, etc.). Renters are always looking for unbiased opinions on apartments for these are credible enough to help them decide on where to stay.
Review in Detail
Always make it a habit to review every detail of an apartment you’re interested in. If you’re having problems on how to start with your review, this small checklist may give you ideas on what sections to cover:
> Exterior Design – What are the good and bad things about the outside parts of the building?
> Interior Design– Are the apartment units well furnished? Are the colors of the walls okay for the eyes?
> Staff and Management – Is the owner and caretaker kind and welcoming enough to help you with your needs? Are they okay to talk to?
> Services and Payments -Is the monthly rental fee affordable and easy for the pockets? Does the apartment offer special or free services while renting the place (e.g. food, laundry services, leaning services, etc.)?
If you follow the simple guidelines above, you are sure to create one of the most credible apartment reviews that anybody can trust and rely on. Good luck!