By Jessica Fiur, News Editor
When people are looking for a new apartment, they’re usually drawn to places with low rent. However, there are often additional fees associated with renting that they must pay, including application fees, amenity fees, pet fees, etc.
Of course, property managers run a business, and are there to make money. Additionally some of the fees are there to cover costs such as from running a credit check on an applicant.
However, these additional fees are often a turn-off to potential renters.
There is something that possibly could be done to satisfy both property managers and renters. Read on for the suggestion.