September 15, 2017
Seminole Grand Apartments is one of the largest student housing communities in Tallahassee. Its proximity to Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College, make it a prime destination for students. Its 2, 3, and 4-bedroom floor-plans are a great place to call home. Here is five reasons why we here at Apartments in Tallahassee love Seminole Grand!
Why pay money for an expensive gym when you can just walk downstairs? Seminole Grand features a 24-hour fitness room with cardio and yoga studio, two sand volleyball courts, two lighted tennis courts, and two basketball courts for residents and their guests to enjoy. Don’t feel like exercising? You can chill at their resort style pool with sundeck or hang out in the cabanas!
Because Seminole Grand’s main resident demographic is students, they offer everything a student would need to succeed. Three study rooms are available to residents at any time. They also offer a computer lab filled with Macs and PCs for residents to use. Seminole Grand offers free printing, copying, and faxing as well.
Fully Furnished Option
When moving into a new apartment, the most dreaded thing is the furniture. Why buy or rent furniture when you can have your room furnished? Seminole Grand offers this option to their residents at no additional cost! Call them today at 8520-383-7300 for more information! Their apartments also feature a full size washer and dryer, kitchen appliances, and a flat screen TV.
Crime is everywhere and knows no address. To combat any crime, Seminole Grand suggests all residents keep vehicles locked and valuables kept from sight. They also offer a 24-hour manned front gate and roaming courtesy officers at night for added security.
24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
Just like any home, things are likely to break in an apartment. Sometimes whatever breaks needs to be addressed immediately. Seminole Grand has a 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance Hotline for situations just like that. At any time of night, service personnel will come to your apartment to fix any maintenance emergency you may have.
For more information about Seminole Grand, and to speak to a leasing specialist about floor-plan availability, please call 850-383-7300, or visit their page on our website! You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat! Get connected and check out their current specials! Search smarter and live better with Apartments in Tallahassee.
September 8, 2017
Avenue 29 Apartments is a conventional multifamily apartment community on Sharer Road. With four different floor plans, you are sure to find what you need here. As the latest addition to our website, we wanted to share five reasons why we love Avenue 29!
Internet and Cable Included
Avenue 29 Apartments was formerly build as a student community and included cable and internet. Now that the new owners are repurposing the community as a conventional multifamily property, they decided to keep the internet and cable options! For more information about the cable and internet, please contact the desk at 850-391-3030.
Along with upgrades and renovations to this community, each apartment contains appliances! No renting to own, buying, or traveling to the local laundromat to do your laundry! Each unit also includes a dishwasher and garbage disposal, along with a refrigerator and oven.
A great way to end a stressful day is to relax away in the Jacuzzi Spa at Avenue 29! Residents can also take advantage of their large pool and state of the art gym! So sit back, relax, and enjoy the Florida weather on the sun deck!
Family and Professional Friendly
Tallahassee is known for being a college town. While it is located four miles from Florida State University, seven miles from Tallahassee Community College, and five miles from FAMU, Avenue 29 is specially repurposed for young professionals and families. It is located less than a mile from Sealey Elementary School for PreK to Grade 5, two miles from Raa Middle School, and four miles from Leon High School. You can learn more about the local schools at Leon County Schools website.
24-Hour Emergency maintenance
Just like any home, things are likely to break in an apartment. Sometimes whatever breaks needs to be addressed immediately. Avenue 29 has a 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance Hotline for situations just like that. At any time of night, service personnel will come to your apartment to fix any maintenance emergency you may have.
For more information about Avenue 29, and to speak to a leasing specialist about floorplan availability, please call 850-391-3030, or visit their website! You can also follow them on Facebook! Get connected and check out their current specials! Search smarter and live better with Apartments in Tallahassee.
August 25, 2017
The Landing at Appleyard is an apartment community mostly made up of students due to its proximity to Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College. Its four-bedroom floor plans are perfect for the student lifestyle and include everything you would need in one place. As one of our favorite communities in Tallahassee, here are our picks for five reasons why we love The Landing at Appleyard
The Landing is all-inclusive living, which makes it perfect for students. All-inclusive living gives you everything you will need in your space. Each resident’s bedroom comes equipped with a full-size bed, desk with chair, a dresser, and a nightstand. One unique feature is that each bedroom will also include a kitchenette with a microwave and mini fridge. The shared living/common area features a full-size sofa, love seat, coffee table, end table, and a flat screen television. All appliances are provided in each apartment, including a washer and dryer. No need to rent or buy heavy furniture you have to drag up stairs!
Living in Florida, bugs are a normal nuisance. The Landing offers monthly pest control visits to each community. Need a little extra spray for annoying bugs that will not go away? The leasing office can also setup in-home sprays for your apartment until the problem is resolved. In addition, it is all included in your rent at no extra charge to you!
Another great thing we love about The Landing is its location to FSU, FAMU, and TCC. The community is located only 300 steps from the Tallahassee Community College campus! It is less than 3 miles from Florida State University and less than 5.5 miles from Florida A&M University. The Landing at Appleyard is a great place to live to be near classes and save on gas!
Living in a college town can be a scary experience for many people. Parents and students can rest at ease with The Landing. The property currently has a live-in sheriff, as well as security patrol after hours. They are at our residents’ disposal if they have any security concerns.
24-Hour Emergency Maintenance
Just like any home, things are likely to break in an apartment. Sometimes whatever breaks needs to be addressed immediately. The Landing has a 24-Hour Emergency Maintenance Hotline for situations just like that. At any time of night, service personnel will come to your apartment to fix any maintenance emergency you may have.
For more information about The Landing at Appleyard, and to speak to a leasing specialist about floor plan availability, please call 850-576-7500, or visit their feature page on our website! You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Get connected and check out their current specials! Search smarter and live better with Apartments in Tallahassee.
August 17, 2017
Moving can be a stressful time if you are not organized and know what to expect. Here are your tips from the AptsinTally team to de-stress your move!
Have a first-night/Important items box
This box, which you will pack last, is filled with essentials for your first day/night. Include toilet paper, paper towels, and soap in this box for use during move-in. It is also a good idea to pack cleaning supplies in this box for when you get to the apartment. Your apartment should have been cleaned before you arrive, but this could happen months before you move-in when the old tenants moved out. Alternatively, you could have a fast move-in where your apartment complex did not have time to schedule your cleaning. If you apartment was not cleaned at all, contact your on-site community manager to be scheduled.
Know what you need to bring to receive your keys
Many apartment communities need to see a few important documents before you can get your keys. It is a good idea to have your I.D., vehicle registration, and insurance papers handy for the leasing agent checking you in. If you have to turn on your utilities before you can move-in, have those confirmation emails handy in case you need to show them to the complex. Another thing apartment communities might ask for before you move in is your first month’s rent. Check with your community to see if this needs to be a cashier’s check or money order. Many apartment communities will not accept a personal check for new move-ins. Many apartment communities have express check-in options for people that provide all of this information early. If your community has an express check-in line this year, they will most likely have it again the next. This will allow you to have more time to move in and less time waiting in line.
Find out the parking policy ahead of time
Many apartment communities have roam towing agreements with local towing companies. While most might waive this contract during move-in, some might not. Call and check with your apartment’s office to see what their policy will be on move-in day. It is also a good idea to find out where your apartment is and get a hold of you community’s map if possible. This will help you find parking if someone is helping you move and needs to park in visitor’s parking.
Fill out conditions form first
Your apartment community should give you a conditions form when they hand you your keys. If they do not, ask for one. Then, go to your room and fill it out meticulously before you move anything in. This may sound like a pain and a waste of time, but it will be helpful when you move out. Make sure you also take a photo of the paper for your records since the community might not offer you a copy. Take this form to the office after you fill it out and then begin to move things in. This form is what the apartment complex will use to charge you for any damages to the apartment after you move out. Taking photos and filling out your form before you move in will provide an accurate picture to what your apartment looked like when you moved in.
When moving into an apartment it is important to remain calm and patient with the staff on hand. Many of the staff have been pulling extra-long days for several weeks to prepare for move-in day. When a work order is put into the system for something a new resident needs fixing, those work orders are placed in priority order. If someone’s air conditioner is not working, the maintenance technicians are going to get that order attended to first versus someone whose kitchen light is out.
Although moving is a stressful time, following these tips can help reduce your stress and make your move run smoothly.
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July 21, 2017
Franklin Pointe is a professional community located on E Call Street that offers studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartment floor plans. It offers short-term leases and is located less than 3 miles from Florida State University and Florida A&M University. Here are a few things that we love about Franklin Pointe!
Franklin Pointe is a pet friendly complex with no breed restrictions up to eighty pounds. Their one-time pet fee ranges from $250- $350, depending on the age and weight of your pet. Monthly rent also varies by weight and age from $25- $45. For more information on their pet policy, you can visit their leasing office, or call 850-222-2864.
When it comes to Florida, bugs are a part of life. Franklin Pointe offers weekly pest control for their residents at no extra charge for basic services. They will also be glad to put you on an extra rotation if your home needs extra protection from the Florida bugs. All you have to do to register for this service is call their leasing office!
3-Two 24-Hour Laundry Centers
In large apartment communities, it can be a pain when you have to wait for a machine when you need to wash your clothes. At Franklin Pointe, that is not a problem with their two laundry centers. You can also wash your clothes any time you want since both locations are open 24-hours! One of the machines down? Just call their on-site maintenance team who will address the problem as soon as possible.
Florida is notorious of its hot summers and mild winters. No need to head to the beach with Franklin Pointe’s large pool! Relax by the pool on the sundeck, or splash around in the water. Beat the heat and still be able to walk home!
While Franklin Pointe is located near Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College, it is not a predominant student community. Franklin Pointe is a quiet neighborhood with friendly neighbors and a large, secluded park setting. It is also located close to both Myers Park and Cascade Park. A perfect place for you and your loved ones!
For more information about Franklin Pointe, and to speak to a leasing specialist about floor plan availability, please call 850-222-2864, or visit their feature page on our website! You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter! Get connected and check out their current specials! Search smarter and live better with Apartments in Tallahassee.
June 8, 2017
The Preserve is a townhome community located on San Luis Road that offers 3 bedroom 3.5 bathroom floor-plans. It offers roommate matching and is located within 5 miles from Florida State University, Florida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College. Here are a few things that we love about The Preserve!
5. Pet Park
Many apartment communities are pet-friendly, but The Preserve goes a step farther and offers a pet park to residents! You pup can have plenty of room to run, jump, and play to their heart’s content. You can check out their pet policy at https://thepreserveapt.com/faq/.
4. Pest Control
Living in Florida, bugs are part of life. The Preserve offers pest control every month for no extra charge! See a bug, call their office and report it. They will schedule the Pest Control company to pay special attention to your apartment and trouble areas. Did we mention it was free for you to use?
3. Guest Bathroom
The Preserve is unique in that each bedroom gets a private bathroom and there is an extra half bath located downstairs for guests! No one has to walk through your bedroom to use the bathroom.
2. Individual bedroom deadbolts
For extra security and peace of mind, The Preserve has deadbolt locks on each individual bedroom door. You can feel safe and confident knowing your stuff is locked away behind a separate deadbolt.
1. Individual leasing
Each of the three bedrooms in The Preserve are leased individually. This means that each roommate is only responsible for their portion of the rent and utilities. This leasing option is the most financially secure. If a resident in the apartment pays their rent late or becomes delinquent, it does not affect the other roommates.
To learn more about The Preserve, you can visit their profile on our website, or visit their individual website at thepreserveapt.com. You can also follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. Get connected and check out their current specials! Search smarter and live better with Apartments in Tallahassee.
April 25, 2017
Finding an apartment in Tallahassee can sometimes be difficult. With the wide variety of apartments, it can be almost impossible to choose. That is why we wanted to share our favorite Tallahassee Apartments with you.
Polo Club Apartments is an apartment community on High Road in Tallahassee. The community offers great amenities, including a pool and pest control. Here are our top five reasons why we love Polo Club Apartments in Tallahassee.
5. Free Food Wednesday
Every Wednesday, the staff at Polo Club provide free food from various Tallahassee restaurants for their residents to enjoy. From pizza to chicken, you will not go hungry here.
4. Floor plan Variety
Polo Club offers three and four bedroom apartments in both flat and townhome layout. It is important to ask a leasing specialist on site which floorplan may work best for you based on what you want in your home. You can tour their three bedroom townhome at poloclubtallahassee.com.
3. All Inclusive
What does this mean? Each lease agreement includes the rental of a bedroom in each apartment. Each bedroom can be fully furnished with a full-size bed, desk, chair, dresser and nightstand. The living/common area shared by other bedrooms in the apartment includes a sofa, coffee table, end table, 32” TV, and dining room furniture. All appliances are provided as well, including full-size washer and dryer. Cable and wireless internet is included. The utilities in the apartment are processed by direct bill. Each roommate is responsible for only their portion of rent and utility overages. For more details, please call the leasing office at 850-580-8078.
2. Private Bathrooms
To provide you with the best living environment Polo Club includes a private bathroom in each bedroom. No more sharing with your roommate or with the entire floor.
1. Proximity to FSU, FAMU, and TCC
Polo Club Apartments is located less than a mile from Florida State University, four miles from Florida A&M University, and about three miles from Tallahassee Community College.
For more information about Polo Club Apartments, you can visit their profile on our website at aptsintally.com or you can check out their website.
March 8, 2017
Are you considering a new coat of paint on your apartment walls in Tallahassee? Completing a painting project is not only satisfying – it can be a lot of fun, too. If you’re new to the painting process, this guide is for you. We’ve outlined all the best tips you’ll need to have a fun time with great end-results for your apartment painting.
Places to Buy
There are all sorts of great paint store options for apartments in Tallahassee. Here are the top picks throughout the region:
Best Colors for Your Apartment
Finding the best colors for your own apartment decorating is based on a few important considerations. Use this quick how-to breakdown to get a plan laid out for your own project:
Color Matching 101
Most people use a color wheel to help them match up colors that look and feel good together. The basics follow the warmth and coolness spectrum. You have warmer colors like red and orange on one side with their complements like blue and green on the other side. In the middle are neutral tones like black and white which can be used to lighten or darken your matching colors.
Match the Carpet/Floors
You can change the walls by choosing a different paint color to warm up or cool down a room. But there are some aspects you may not be able to change in your apartment. Depending on your floors or carpet, you’ll want to keep your paint colors matched up with a consistent style.
Match Your Furniture & Decor
Getting a new coat of paint should also reflect your apartment’s furnishings. You’ll want to pick a color scheme that also looks good with all your furniture. Use the color matching guide above to help coordinate color choices with both your furniture and your walls.
Match Your Tastes
Finally, you need to choose a color scheme that you’re happy to see every day. Ultimately the colors you pick should match your taste – and you should be happy with it!
Costs can vary due to all sorts of factors: the size of your apartment, the quality of the paint you choose, the number of rooms you’re painting, etc. You’ll want to choose a high quality interior paint. It’s a good idea to research different paint brands beforehand. This guide from Consumer Reports is a great place to start and offers cost estimates. If necessary, you can stagger the painting project room-by-room to keep costs spread out over the course of a few weeks.
Much like the costs, the time-frame can vary based on the size and scope of your painting. The true time-eating factor relates to getting your apartment ready for painting – clearing out furniture, putting painting tape on the wall seams, and other factors. You should expect to spend about a day or so of work per major room in your apartment.
Navigating Landlord Issues
Finally – and perhaps most importantly – you need to clear any big renovation project with your landlord first. Remember that even though you live there, your Tallahassee apartment technically belongs to your landlord. Most landlords will be happy that you want to make their property look better. But always remember to get the go-ahead first before you start.
Good luck and have a great painting project!
December 21, 2016
We all love our pets, but traveling with them can be difficult if you’re not prepared. Here are our top tips on traveling with your healthy furry friend.
Before you leave on your vacation, there are a few things you’ll need to get in order to provide a great vacation experience for you and your pet.
Pet Friendly Establishments
The last thing you want is to book a trip and find out where you’re going is not pet-friendly. Save some time and hassle by checking out Go Pet Friendly. There, you can search for pet friendly places by city, state, category, and establishment name. Find a pet friendly place along the way? Share it with them!
Visit Your Vet
Not sure if your pet is up to traveling? Your vet will be able to answer all your questions about your pet’s health. Make sure you have current copies of your pet’s vaccination and medical records. Traveling Internationally? Your pet will need a passport. Pet passports differ with each country, so check out the list of requirements for your travels here. Your vet can also help provide you with the necessary documents to create a pet passport.
Before you travel, make sure your pet’s collar fits well and has your information displayed clearly on it. The American Veterinary Medical Association also recommends having a travel I.D. on your pet’s collar that has your information and your accommodation’s contact information. This way, if your pet is lost, they have a better chance of being returned to you. Micro-chipping your pet might also be beneficial and should be discussed with your veterinarian.
Carriers and Crates
Visit your local pet store and find a crate or carrier appropriate for you animal. Your crate or carrier should be large enough for your pat to sit, stand, lie down, and turn around. Check airline restrictions to make sure your pet’s carrier meets all requirements. Look for the Guaranteed On-Board seal on your pet’s carrier like this one, for a smooth travel experience. To learn more about the Guaranteed On-Board program, please visit their website. After you buy the carrier, allow your pet to get used to it before traveling long distances. Put a familiar toy in the carrier, or spray it with catnip to entice your pet to explore and become comfortable with their new carrier.
Always schedule rest stops for your dog on long trips. Not only will this prevent possible accidents, but it will also give your dog or cat a chance to stretch his or her legs and get fresh air. Make sure you have a good quality leash to prevent your pet from running away from you. On an airplane, look into TSA Fast Pass leash and harnesses to help make your security screenings and walks easier. Make sure to pack familiar toys and their bed to comfort your pet in a new environment. Having familiar things around may decrease anxiety in your pet.
Sometimes when you’re moving, having someone else move your pet is a better option, especially overseas. Get a free quote from Pet Travel Transport, and rest assured your pet is safe with them. Moving to Tallahassee? Check out this Pet Guide to Tallahassee to find everything you’ll need, including pet-friendly apartments!
December 7, 2016
It’s that time of year again where all our money is spent sending holiday cheer to the ones we love. We wanted to help you save money this holiday season by showing you some of our favorite money saving apps for travel, shopping, and everything in between.
When you’re traveling a long distance, you want to make sure you’re getting the best gas price available. GasBuddy helps you do just that. This free app shows you the average price in town, and then gives you directions to the station with the cheapest gas. You can also earn achievements and enter to win $100 in gas every day. Who wouldn’t want to save money on gas?
Planning a last minute trip with friends for the holidays? This free app will help you find great hotel rooms at a discounted rate. When hotels have unsold rooms, HotelTonight offers them to you, so you’re getting the best rate. They also screen their hotels and only show one’s you’ll love. Download it today and have fun traveling!
Stop clipping coupons to your favorite department stores and download this app! RetailMeNot takes all those coupons you’re most likely to leave at home, and provides them on your phone for you! Save your favorite stores, and those deals will pop up first. It will also find deals by location! RetailMeNot also has a deals app for electronics, travel, and more called Deals2Buy. It’s worth checking out for all those tech gifts.
Like RetailMeNot, Groupon is a free app that provides coupons on your phone. Groupon, however, has deals for products, travel, and more. From Macy’s to helicopter rides, Groupon has the discounts for you. Plus, you can share your deals with family and friends on social media! So put down your coupon book and the scissors, grab your phone, and start saving!
You know the familiar feeling of, “I’m going to be broke this Christmas?” You don’t have to feel that anymore because of YNAB! You put in your bank information and away you go. You can set aside money for bills, dining out, shopping trips, and even set a goal for how much money you want to set aside for Christmas gifts at the end of the year. You’ll be surprised at how much money you can save just by setting aside a few dollars a month. This app is our personal favorite and we think you’ll like it too! The app is free, but the software is $5 after a 34 day trial. It is also free to students for a year after the trial! Learn more about their student discount here.
Now that you have your Christmas Budget, this app will help keep you organized with your gift shopping. Santa’s Bag allows you to list exactly what you bought for each person, how much you spent, and where that present is hidden. No more wondering if you already bought your best friend a gift or forgetting to get your dad a gift. Santa’s bag has you covered!
The holiday season is full of stress. This holiday, don’t stress, download these great apps to save you money! Then you can take your savings and upgrade your apartment! Check out our website for details about great apartments in Tallahassee!