When you get an apartment, don't immediately fall in love with the place when you first see it knowing that the living space will work with your belongings. It is important to look for certain things before signing the lease so that you won't get trapped into something that you will be uncomfortable with.

Be sure to ask as many questions as possible. Think about your living habits, who comes over, how much noise you make, the hobbies that you do, and anything else that you can think of at the top of your head and ask these questions. What you need to know most is if your living habits won't get you in trouble with your lease. Regardless of what the landlord says be sure that these agreements are in the lease so that you won't get in trouble or kicked out because of something that is not explicit in the lease.

Get an idea of the smoking policy of your place whether you are a smoker or not. Many people get stuck in disagreements about a neighbor who is smoking where the tenant will also be smelling the smoke or worst yet have their whole place smell like smoke. Be sure to get this type of issue resolved before you move in to whatever your preferences are.

Find out what you are responsible for. There are things like lights, blinds, batteries for smoke detectors, and other things in the apartment that at times are provided by the landlord and at other times provided by the tenant. Instead of arguing later, get this worked out first.

The best thing that you can do is to read real reviews on the place before moving in. With the internet and online reviews being around for about ten years, it's very easy to find out which places are quality and which ones have a history of horrible service.s means that a new version of the distribution does not need to be right away as soon as possible.