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Why You Should Move During The Holidays
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Brooke Kinert
Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018

Contrary to popular belief, the holiday season may be one of the best times to find a new apartment home. Here are a few things to think about when deciding if you should move to a new apartment during the holidays.

  1. Enjoy cooler temperatures on moving day

Depending on where you live, winter weather can be much more favorable for moving. If you live somewhere notoriously sunny like Arizona, or in a hot and humid place like Houston, moving to a new apartment in the winter means dryer air and a less sweaty, more enjoyable experience.

Keep cool by moving during the winter, instead of during the hot summer months!

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2. Find an apartment home you love for the right price

Although apartment prices are always dependent on the market and can change daily, sometimes they are lower in the winter months. At Camden, all of our most up-to-date availability is always listed on our website, making it easy for you to find the best price year round!

Find a new apartment home you love, and move in by New Years!

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3. Embrace a fresh start in time for the New Year

Not only will you be in a new physical space for the new year, but moving is also a great time to go through your old things. Plus, with it being the season of giving, the Salvation Army will happily pick up your unwanted, salvageable items from your apartment.

Find a new apartment home you love, and move in by New Years!

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4. You get to celebrate your move with a combined holiday & apartment warming party!

What better reason to celebrate? A new beginning in your life, plus the holiday season, equals party time. Wow your guests with these 3 simple and fun holiday cocktails, or this timeless rum cake recipe.

What are you waiting for? It’s the most wonderful time of move! Start searching for your new apartment home now and get moved in before the New Year.

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