11 Things You Should Bring With You to Look at a Rental

Genevieve Fish

Looking for an apartment is never an easy task—especially when you live in a hot real estate market like San Francisco, New York, or Los Angeles. “The first complaint I hear from clients is the place they want is gone by the time they get there or find it online. They call and the landlord says that it's already rented out,” says Noelle Gayral, one of our favorite Los Angeles-based realtors. The key to landing your first-choice apartment, besides being on top of the market, is to show up overly prepared for every appointment. We’ve put together the ultimate checklist for apartment hunting. Scroll through to make sure you’re always one step ahead the next time you’re on the lookout for a new home.

Do you have any tricks up your sleeve for snagging a prime apartment? Share them with us in the comments!

Opening Photo: Dust Jacket

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