Home Design. Wednesday , January 17th , 2018 - 13:47:53 PM
A book that is an amazing source of info for the ins & outs of every neighborhood is the NFT (Not For Tourist) guide of New York City. You can buy this in any Barns & Noble and make sure it is the most up to date version because there is a new version every year. Another great way of getting to know a neighborhood is by Googling it. With an endless source of information in cyber space why not take advantage of it. If you prefer doing it the old fashion way, taking a stroll through the neighborhood, go for it! But make sure you have your trusty NFT guide with you so you can spot the important things.
Although I had done my best to winnow my list, I still had too many communities to evaluate in detail within the weeks deadline I had set for myself. I also knew that the kind of evaluation I needed to do would require more than a seat-of-the-pants review of the various apartment websites and paperback guides that I had at my disposal. It was time to get out in the field and kick a little dirt and wrestle with some bricks and mortar.
Amy Williams Ramirez is an experienced writer of content for many websites and various articles. She also has been an Apartment Locator and Licensed Real Estate Agent for over 8 years, serving the entire Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. She has lived in the Metroplex her entire life and is very familiar with all the properties, as well as their approval criteria, and the city itself. Amy has been with J. Ellis Apartment Locators for over 6 years, and they are the premiere Locating Company for the DFW area, in business for almost 20 years now. Many locating companies have come and gone over the years, but J. Ellis has remained throughout the decades and is a well respected Apartment Relocation Company.