Category Archives: Apartment Tips

Winnipeg Apartment Search Tips

  Searching for an apartment Start your search by looking at listings online like Thorwin.ca. Once you find an apartment, schedule a walk-through so you can see the property in person and assess its condition and potential. While there, take extra precautions to protect against COVID-19 by sanitizing your hands before entering the building, wearing…

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Apartment Tips: Decorating your First Apartment

  Moving can be challenging, especially for the first time. There are so many things to think about: clothes, furniture, transportation, documents, and so on. We want to relieve your stress and show you how to make your new apartment feel like home. Show your style in a rent-friendly way. The Entryway Matters Not every…

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How to grow a small garden in your apartment?

  With rising food costs, I will provide you with gardening tips for big and small indoor spaces. First, I want you to answer the question: "Is it worth it?". There are three main factors to help you: it saves your money, provides you with fresh greens & vegetables with no chemicals, and becomes a…

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The Benefits of Leasing a Basement Suite

A basement suite can be a preferred choice for people when renting an apartment in Winnipeg. But it also has many benefits and in some cases, saves you money down the road. Basement Living Tip #1: Purchase a standing lamp for a low-light room. Common Misconceptions: The difference between cellar/bunker suites is that it has no…

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Apartment Safety Tips

Apartment Safety Brochure. The Professional Property Managers Association (PPMA) and the Winnipeg Police Service have developed a brochure specifically for residents which provides safety tips on parking areas, elevators, mailbox security, laundry rooms, and more. Read more and download the apartment watch brochure here: https://mcusercontent.com/121a2e0dd08cd0d519a6b4025/files/6ca4be5a-b579-4876-8920-f89d67faaad9/2018_Safety_Brochure_Web.pdf        Protecting your Vehicle and Contents. We all…

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St. Boniface – the largest francophone community in Western Canada

The St. Boniface neighbourhood is home to the largest francophone community in Western Canada. It covers Norwood West, Norwood East, Windsor Park, Niakwa Park, Niakwa Place, Southdale, Southland Park, Royalwood, Sage Creek, and Island Lakes neighbourhoods. Its population is more than 60 000 people. Evident in its physical landscape — from the architecture, monuments, to…

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