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A Roadmap to Renting the Place of Your Dreams: Apartment-Hunting Tips from a Serial Mover

I move a lot. Like, a lot. I even wrote an article about the benefits of being a serial mover like myself. And in moving so much, I've gotten really good at finding great apartments, the newest one always better than the last. (Ask my friends, they'll back me up!) I'm currently in my seventh Seattle apartment with a view of the Space Needle from my living room. So I promise, I know a thing or two! And I'm happy to share—here are a handful of my best apartment hunting tips.
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