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June 8th, 2015

Apartments in Clarksville TN for students attending Austin Peay State University

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There are many anxieties that go along with being a college student. With tuition costs, course selection, and student loans, the last thing you should be worrying about it where you will live as you complete your coursework. While some of the local colleges and universities offer on-campus student housing, the costs are unrealistic for…Read More »


June 1st, 2015

Millennials Looking For Homes for Rent in Clarksville TN: Tips for First Rental

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Renting your first home is a major milestone for many Millennials in their 20s and early 30s. According to a recent article by Aljazeera America, most Millennials can actually afford to buy homes but choose to rent instead. When looking for homes for rent Clarksville TN, many young adults are pleased by the wide variety of options at…Read More »


May 25th, 2015

How We Can Help You Find Rental Properties Near Ft. Campbell this Memorial Day

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  Memorial Day is a day where we honor the soldiers who have fallen while serving in the United States Armed Forces. This commemorative holiday has a storied past that has been celebrated for well over 100 years, and will no doubt continue for 100 more. Historically, there is no evidence as to who first…Read More »


May 11th, 2015

Preparing for Renting a Home in Clarksville, TN

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If you’ve recently arrived in Clarksville, TN we’d like to issue you a warm welcome! We think of  Clarksville as a “small, big town” – featuring all the amenities of a large city, but with a friendly, small town feel. Clarksville, TN is a melting pot of people from all over the country, and the…Read More »


May 4th, 2015

Understanding Normal Wear and Tear as a Renter in Clarksville TN

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When you are going to rent an apartment in Clarksville TN or a rental home near Ft Campbell, you probably know the routine. Put down a security deposit and get it back, or a portion of it, as long as there is no damage. However, understanding what represents normal wear and tear can be a gray area…Read More »