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 The area of the DFW Metroplex in which you choose to live will make all the difference in the world. While almost all areas have apartments, each area provides a different and unique living experience.

For those looking for nightlife, atmosphere, and urban living--Uptown Dallas is where you want to be, provided you don't mind paying the high rents. If you still want to be close to all the action but save some money, Deep Ellum and Downtown Dallas are great options. Click DFW areas for more info on areas and their attributes.

Once one decides where to live, the next question is how to live. Dallas offers a variety of styles including lofts, town homes, garden apartments, pent houses, and more.

Some of the most popular choices these days seems to be lofts. Dallas offers historic loft buildings in Downtown and Deep Ellum and luxury "soft loft" buildings in all parts of the city. Check out Dallas lofts to see what the city has to offer.

When a prospective resident has an idea of what they want in apartment, he or she may save a lot of time be contactin an apartment locator. The city of Dallas has an inumerable amount of apartment locators and they all work the same way.

All locators are licensed and regulated by the Texas Real Estate Commision and work with all the properties in the DFW area. Apartment locating is a free service in Dallas and most of the locators either offer a free move (A word of caution about the free move companies: often times these companies move a limited number of items and there are additional charges for more items.) or some type of rental rebate.

Apartment locators in the DFW area can personally accompany prospective tenants to the properties or prospective tenants can visit the properties on their own. If one visits the properties without the locator, the locator will request that his or her name and locating company be listed on application and guest card at the property. This allows the locator to collect a small referral fee.

However, before visiting the apartment communities, a locator will e-mail a list of properties to the prospective tenant. The list will include photos, market pricing, floor plans, and maps for the properties. It is important to know that all locators in Dallas use the same third party software and database to send lists to their clients. Therefore, it is not that much of a beneift to use multiple apartment locators.

More and more residents are choosing to use what has been coined "on-line" locators (The most popular of which are Rent.com, Apartments.com, and ApartmentGuide.com.) These sites provide on-line databases that do not require you to contact an individual apartment locator.Many apartments in dallas pay advertising fees to be listed on these websites instead of a referral fee when a prospect leases. Because of this, the on-line databases are often not as comprehensive as ones being used by individual apartment locators.

While most of the companies that manage apartments in the DWF area do a phenomenal job, there are some companies and properties to avoid.
Equity resiential is notorious for poorly run properties, sub-par facilities, and poor customer service. Austin Ranch located in The Colony is should also be avoided, as well as any properties managed by MBS.

For a more complete list of apartment reviews one can visit Apartmentratings.com or apartmentreviews.com. However, it is important to know that these two sites have faced a lot of criticism for hosting bogus reviews posted by competing apartment properties.

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