I remember a friend studying in a city which is 127 miles away from his hometown. He needed to rent an apartment that was near from his school. He found a suitable place and had lived there for his whole freshman year. It was safe and comfortable.
But then, the inevitable happened. Conflict with neighbors made him decide to move out of his apartment and into another. Most people want to escape from any displeasing conditions – conflicts, high crime, lack of services, lack of safety, etc. My friend wanted to find a better place to live not for a year or two but for long-term.
Moving from one place to another takes so much effort which can lead to anxiety: allotting more time and energy to look for new apartment, transporting all the stuff, and adjusting to the new environment. But there are ways to maximize the time and energy you have in finding your new home and choosing the better place fitted for you. Here are a few things to consider when moving from one place into another.