Trick or Treating with rentals

A how-to on helping out the little ghouls and goblins this Halloween!

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Just because you live in an apartment, doesn’t mean you can’t take part in all of the upcoming Halloween festivities.  Whether you live in a large complex, or share a row home, you can still be apart of the fun. Get into the holiday spirit with these tips put together by the team of real estate experts here at Rental Beast!

close-up, creepy, dark

The first step is to make your place inviting.  Grab some pumpkins, hay bales, a scarecrow and anything else you can think of to get into the Halloween spirit.  Add some ghosts, skeletons, or some severed hands to scare trick or treaters. Don’t forget lights! Keep your door inviting by keeping the lights on because everyone knows the places with no lights, have no candy.  Feel free to add a jack-o-lantern or some orange string lights.

Connect with your neighbors.  You can organize your own haunt nights for the kids, or all agree to mark apartments that will have candy.  Put together a floor party, or even a floor haunted walkthrough. Connecting with neighbors is the best way to see if there are already existing Halloween plans.  Get creative.

Children Holding Firecrackers Outdoors

Sit outside of your apartment or leave your door open.   Make it known to the trick or treaters in your building that your place is open for business.  Set up chairs, even hay bales, to sit on and hand out candy directly. Grab some neighbors, and do it as a group.    

Serve the good stuff.  Get the candy that kids crave.  Go for the large variety packs that have all the favorites: Reese’s, Twizzlers, Kit-Kat, Milky Ways, etc.

Have fun! Happy Halloween!


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