Finding Rental success
Once you have chosen your ideal place to stay, the next step is to settle in. In the elimination process, you have already concluded that the space made available in your new home is adequate. The simplest things can make your living space comfortable and functional. Lack of desk or crafting space can be a real doozy, so make sure to plan ahead and get creative. There are collapsible desks or multi-use furniture pieces that may be more functional in a small area. One good tool to help preserve space while having many items at your disposal might be see-through bins with nice wall shelving or mounts. This is your home; the goal is to make feel the essence of it feel as such.
All your necessities (must-have items) should fit in your space with room to easily navigate. You may have to rent a storage unit for bulky items or possessions you don’t use often, but your living space should be ergonomically conducive to your way of life. Most people that rent rooms spend the majority of their time at home in that room so make sure you are comfortable.
That being said, you will also spend a lot of time in other areas of the house. A comfortable den or great room, fully equipped and modern kitchen, functional and clean bathroom, even a nice yard area can add value to your living arrangement. While you’re adapting and getting acclimated, take serious consideration of privacy, responsibility and respect. You should make known your need for privacy and quiet. Conversely, you should take the privacy of other roommates under advisement as well. Make sure you know when to give others their space and make sure they reciprocate just the same. Be kind and respectful, even if you have a concern, or a correction must be made. Always remember that clear, honest, candid communication is the key.