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How-to Guide: Moving Out of Your Parents’ Home
How-to Guide: Moving Out of Your Parents’ Home

Posted on: January 3, 2020

Ready to get moving out of your parents’ home? Well, you’re not alone. As a matter of fact, an analysis by Zillow determined that 21.9 percent of millennials still live with their parents. What’s keeping millennials in their parents’ homes? Some of the reasons include massive student loans, car payments, entry-level salaries, and California’s sky-high …


Press Release
Press Release

Posted on: December 4, 2019

Corodata Combines Brute Box and Brute Storage Under Boxbee Introducing Boxbee, a Box Rental and Storage Company San Jose, California November 4th, 2019. Corodata, a California based records storage company announced the return of Boxbee after ceasing operations in 2016. Building on Corodata’s expertise in secure records storage, Boxbee extends the same security, confidence, and …


Is It Cheaper to Live in Oakland Than San Francisco?
Is It Cheaper to Live in Oakland Than San Francisco?

Posted on: January 20, 2017

When moving to the Bay area, you’re faced with a big question: Should I live in San Francisco or Oakland? It’s no secret San Francisco is one of the most expensive cities to live in—but does that same hold true for its sister across the Bay?


Where Can I Recycle My Books in San Francisco?
Where Can I Recycle My Books in San Francisco?

Posted on: January 13, 2017

San Francisco is a city full of smart, intelligent and artistic people. It’s safe to assume that many of these people have impressive libraries. At the very least, typical San Francisco classics like books written by Mark Twain and Jack Kerouac don their bookshelves. But as part of the decluttering process, sometimes books don’t make …


Make a Blessing Bag For San Francisco’s Homeless [Infographic]
Make a Blessing Bag For San Francisco’s Homeless [Infographic]

Posted on: December 27, 2016

San Francisco is home to one of the largest homeless communities in the country. There are 511 people on the streets for every 100,000 residents in San Francisco, according to a recent report. This can be saddening to many people, especially when you first move to San Francisco. However, the positive news is The City by …


What is San Francisco Rent Control?
What is San Francisco Rent Control?

Posted on: December 21, 2016

San Francisco rent control–the magical saving grace for long-term San Franciscan residents. You’ve probably heard whispers about it if you’re new to the city. Friends and family have most likely murmured, “find an apartment with rent control.” They’re smart. You should listen to them. It will indeed save you from a huge headache in the …


Airbnb Your Home in San Francisco–What You Need to Know
Airbnb Your Home in San Francisco–What You Need to Know

Posted on: December 14, 2016

Airbnb is a great way to make passive income in San Francisco–and many city dwellers are aware of this. Since Airbnb launched, San Francisco neighborhoods like The Mission, SoMa, NoPa, Bernal Heights, and Noe Valley have the most list listings on the short-term rental site. In a city where hotels are pretty expensive–and limited–there’s nothing …


San Francisco Moving Permit: How to Apply Guide
San Francisco Moving Permit: How to Apply Guide

Posted on: December 14, 2016

If you’re planning a move in the city of San Francisco, it’s likely you’re going to need a San Francisco moving permit for the moving truck, and most San Francisco movers put this responsibility on the person moving. Unfortunately, the city doesn’t make it easy to figure out how to get your San Francisco moving permit. So we’ve compiled this movers guide outlining the steps to getting your temporary San Francisco moving permit.


The Rules on Your San Francisco Rent Deposit Return
The Rules on Your San Francisco Rent Deposit Return

Posted on: December 9, 2016

San Francisco apartments aren’t only expensive in terms of monthly rent, they’re expensive to move into. Most landlords and landladies require a first and last month rent deposit. Sometimes, if the place is furnished, you will be asked to pay three times one month’s rent before you move in. According to California Civil Code Section …


Top 5 Truck Rental Companies in San Francisco
Top 5 Truck Rental Companies in San Francisco

Posted on: December 7, 2016

Congrats, you got a new pad in San Francisco–or perhaps your startup is moving offices. What an exciting time to start a new chapter in your new space. While it can be sad to say goodbye to the old, it’s way more exciting to say hello to a new beginning (despite the packing and moving …