Now that you have decided to upgrade your life and move to Barberton, it's time to start thinking about practical matters, such as where you are going to live when you get there. You don't want to hit town and wind up sleeping in a tent, right? Start planning your move at least six weeks in advance, giving yourself plenty of time to prepare for the big day. If you hire a moving company, don't place any valuables, such as jewelry, or any items with sentimental value, in the moving van. Take them with you.
The cost of an apartment for rent in Barberton is very close to the national average, One thing you must do is check your credit report and make sure credit rating is in decent shape, as many landlords check the credit bureaus before offering a lease. Also, make certain that you can cover the first and last month's rent, along with any security deposit, just in case the landlord requires the last month rent at the time of the signing. Always ask the landlord whether the unit is an all utilities paid apartment, so you can estimate your monthly expenses accurately.
Once you have made all of your other preparations, you will have to pick one of Barberton's enticing neighborhoods to start to your new life. You have several excellent options, each with its own special charm.
Lake Anna: This lovely area is a named for a lake that is the focal point of a large public park. You can find one bedroom apartments and two bedroom apartments for rent in the Lake Anna Neighborhood at reasonable prices.
Johnson Corner: One of the less densely populated areas of Barberton. Johnson's Corner has a variety of cozy apartments available.
Downtown: Living downtown keeps you close to facilities such as the Magic City Shopping Center and the Historic Park Theater. If you enjoy the hustle and bustle of a lively cultural scene, as well as a nice selection of restaurants and pubs, then downtown is place for you.
Barberton offers you the perfect opportunity to live in a charming small city near a large metro area. Be sure to consider the pesky problem of transportation before packing your bags, though. You can walk to most everything you need if you live downtown, but for other areas you will probably need a car.