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      It’s a lot easier to be satisfied with an outdated kitchen or poorly designed bathroom when you’re simply renting out a space. Homeowners are in it for the long haul however, and upgrades aren’t just part and parcel of the experience, they’re also usually expected if you want to make a good return when you go to sell. As a renter, you can be satisfied with what you’ve got knowing that it’s not forever. Perhaps we should say there is very little responsibility for maintenance. While you might be expected to maintain your rental as best you can, you aren’t on the hook for major repairs, like if an appliance breaks or you have a plumbing issue.

  A cramped dining nook can become worthy of dinner parties with a few smart strategies. Use clear chairs or a glass-top table to visually expand the space and make it feel bigger. Then hang up some artwork, and adjust the lighting.If your dining area came with a chandelier, see if you can cover the bare bulbs with shades. Use colorful garden stools as impromptu coffee tables or bedside tables. These relatively lightweight furniture pieces can easily be moved from room to room and are much easier to carry up apartment stairs than a bulky table. By bringing your rental appartment to life,you will feel like at home which will elevate your entire experience while you rent.

      Rent at Villas by the Lake.Located at the center of Lake County, Vernon Hills has the feeling of country living with every city convenience. With its excellent schools, theaters, premier shopping and great variety of restaurants, Vernon Hills offers so much to meet your lifestyle. Stroll through the woods, play a round of golf, enjoy a recreational lake, or ride a bike along the many trails all at your front door.
Villas by the Lake is in the highly rated Stevenson High School District 125.
  That’s because what you lack in autonomy as far as home decorating and renovating you more than make up for in cost convenience. One area where that is abundantly clear is in your monthly budgeting. Home ownership is a variable cost endeavor. Depending on the terms of a mortgage, interest rates may change over time—going up or down without the input of the owner themselves. The same is true for property taxes, which almost always fluctuate. When you rent, you lock yourself in at a set monthly amount for the entire term of your lease so that the only variable costs you have to worry about are spending more in heat or electricity.