I'm leaving Brooklyn and moving back to my hometown in Pennsylvania at the end of the month. Since moving into my own apartment two years ago, I have acquired the necessities to set up a home and have invested in some nice furniture. Because my future apartment plans are TBD, a rental storage unit is in order. After some research and several site visits, here's what I've learned:
1. Your monthly rate may be negotiable. Prices can fluxuate depending on demand. If a company has a lot of units they are looking to fill, you may be able to negotiate them down and work out a deal. Also, I found that many companies offer special rates and promotions online, so make sure you do your research.
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