Due to the current state mandate regarding businesses and COVID-19, starting Friday March 20th at 5:00 PM we are required to close our physical office to the public and limit some services.
Lancaster, PA is home to close to a hundred local fire companies staffed by brave men and women who are often the first responders to the scene of accidents, building and home fires, and other emergencies! In addition, local fire departments provide emergency medical services, hazardous materials response and provide special rescue response.
One of the most commonly asked questions we receive from our tenants is “How can I ensure I’ll receive my security deposit back after I move out?” It’s a good question! Security deposits usually amount to one month’s rent which is money you could use as a deposit on your next apartment or to pay other bills.
The days are growing shorter, leaves are beginning to turn brown and red, the air has grown cool and crisp, and kids are back in school…Fall has returned to Lancaster County! Many of us hate to say goodbye to the long, warm, sunny days of summer, but thankfully there are plenty of fun things do in Lancaster that coincide with the arrival of Autumn.
Household recycling has undergone some major changes recently here in Lancaster, PA. Unsure about how these changes affect you and what types of materials you can leave in your green, curbside recycling bins? You’re not alone!
Prospect Leasing & Management has been in the Lancaster, PA apartment rental market for over twelve years and one issue we often see tenants grapple with is figuring out how to maximize their apartment space. Here are three great tips to keep in mind when you want to make the most of the available space in your apartment to keep your home feeling spacious, organized and functional!
The Lancaster, PA apartment rental industry has been on a solid upswing over the last few years—there’s never been a better time to invest! Property investment is a great way to add additional revenue streams to your monthly income and is often used to facilitate early retirement or fund active retirements. When handled correctly, your rental property investment should grow in value as time goes by.
Are you still using checks to pay for rent, utilities and other purchases? If so, you may be falling behind the times when it comes to managing your monthly expenses in the most efficient way possible! It’s estimated that 61% of millennials and 42% of older generations are now using online payment services to pay their monthly bills instead of sending checks through the mail.
Do you live in an apartment in Lancaster and feel unsure about investing in Renter’s Insurance? Well, you’re not alone: only 46% of renters nationwide buy insurance to protect themselves and their property.
Many renters feel they don’t need insurance because they assume their landlord’s insurance has them covered, they underestimate the value of their possessions, or they may feel renter’s insurance is simply too expensive.