6 Apps Every Renter Should Have
In 2018 there are so many ways to make living in a rental unit easier. In addition to access to Appfolio for managing rent payments and communicating with our main office, we recommend that our tenants check out a few of these apps that will make their lives even easier.
Need an extra pair of hands to help you pack, assemble furniture, or do yard work at your rental unit? Task Rabbit connects you to skilled local help. All Taskers must undergo extensive background and identity checks, and each task covers up to $1 million in property damage.
Mint, available online and mobile, brings together your total financial life—bank accounts, bills, free credit score, credit cards and investments—and offers personalized tips and advice to help you make the most of your money and get more out of life.
The first thing you should do after signing up for renters insurance is conduct a home inventory in case you ever need to make a claim. Encircle is a great app because it goes above and beyond a standard inventory app while still managing to remain simple. Take pictures, track warranties, serial numbers, generate documents, and more!
BrightNest wants to make looking after your home or rental a more interesting, enjoyable and generally less stressful experience by offering useful tips and detailed guides for maintaining, organizing, cleaning and decorating your current pad.
Remember The Milk is a productivity app with the convenience of sharing to-do lists , reminders, grocery lists, etc. to everyone in your household. Perfect for roommates!
JouleBug claims to make sustainable living social, simple, and actually fun while helping you lower your utility bills. Turn sustainability into a game by competing against your friends or roommates.