Advice from a Texas Woman’s University graduate – Rent a House!!!!!

My name is Ashely.  I recently graduated from Texas Woman’s University.  For the first couple of years of my time in Denton, Texas, I had to live in the dorms on campus.  The University of North Texas and Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas make you live in the dorms as freshman.  I can honestly say, it was awful.  The dorms were loud, they smelled bad, were old, outdated, small and ridiculously expensive.  Living in a dorm at TWU in Denton, Texas made it almost impossible to get homework done to say nothing of just trying to sleep.  So, when I became a junior and was able to live off campus, I bolted.

I did not want to live in apartments in Denton, Texas because that would be almost like living in a dorm.  I remembered what it was like living in my parent’s house growing up.  SO, I decided that that is what I wanted to do.  I wanted to live in a house in Denton, Texas.  I went online and researched a lot of rental homes in Denton, Texas.  There was quite a selection.  I did find some good options but I happened to stumble on a home rented by Redden Properties.  They had a GREAT rental house in a quiet neighborhood, east Denton.  The great thing was it was so close to Texas Woman’s University, I could have ridden my bike to class if I wanted to.  The house was located in a quiet neighborhood and gave me all of the space and privacy I could have asked for in a rental home in Denton, Texas.

The amazing thing was, my rent was so low, I could have afforded the rental home all by myself if I wanted to, but I figured it was such a big house, I could bring in a roommate and still would have all of the privacy and room that I wanted; while saving money on rent.

To all of those Texas Woman’s University and University of North Texas student, LISTEN TO ME!!!!!  When you can get out of the dorms, DO NOT rent an apartment.  Rent a beautiful and very affordable rental home from Redden Properties.  It’s the way to go in Denton, Texas.

The Rent House at 2110 Oak Tree in Denton, Texas

We are excited to announce our newest rental home in Denton, Texas.  This jewel is located just off of Audra Blvd. in Denton, Texas near two of Texas’ most prestigious universities; Texas Woman’s University and The University of North Texas.

Our new rental home in Denton, Texas as 2110 Oak Tree Drive sits in a VERY quiet neighborhood, populated by families.  This neighborhood represents the best of middle America.  Quiet streets, trees, great people and a location that is second to none.

The rental home at 2110 Oak Tree is a beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home built in 1997.  It has a brick, a huge 2 car garage and a big lot in the front and back yard.  If you go to our website,, you will be able to see a ton of pictures that really detail just how beautiful this home is.  The Oak Tree rental home has a great, tile entry way and a large, central living room.  The kitchen has been updated with tile and stainless steel appliances.  There is also a breakfast nook just off the kitchen that looks into the back yard.  Renting a house in Denton, Texas, just does not get better than this.

The master bedroom is huge with a Victorian ceiling and the master bathroom not only has a huge bathtub but it also has an enclosed, stand up shower.  This rental house also has 2 other big bedrooms that are great for kids, roommates, relatives or just as a guest room.

Renting a house in Denton, Texas is a great value proposition anyway.  However, renting this home at 2110 Oak Tree from Redden Properties, takes comfortable living to a new level.  I can honestly say this is one of the best rental homes I have found in Denton, Texas.  I was lucky to get it!!!

Straight Talk: Don’t Rent an Apartment in Denton, Texas, Rent a House!!!!!!

I have lived in Dallas and Denton, Texas for over 20 years.  In that time, I have rented 14 different apartments.  One bedrooms, 2 bedrooms, nice apartment complexes, bad apartment complexes and more.  I can honestly say there was not one apartment that I truly enjoyed living in.  They were loud, no privacy, no space, cramped, crowded and just not taken care of.  When I moved to Denton, Texas a few years ago, I made a change.  I decided to rent a house in Denton, Texas.  What a difference renting a house in Denton, Texas made in my life.

Renting a house in Denton, gave me so many of the things that I had missed since I grew up in my parent’s house.  When I moved to Denton, I got lucky and rented a house from Redden Properties.  The rent house was very well taken care of.  It was a newer home with a deck in a big back yard.  There was new carpet, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and I loved the floorplan.  The neighborhood in Denton, Texas was also very quiet and very close to Texas Woman’s University and the University of North Texas.  The unbelievable thing was the price.  OMG – I was paying less for everything I got living in a Redden Properties rent house than I ever got in an apartment, when I paid so much more.

You just cannot go wrong renting a house in Denton, Texas.  There are a lot of rental homes to choose from but I would always recommend living in rent houses by Redden Properties.  They are just great!!!!!!

Rent Houses are Popular with Retirees in Denton, Texas

It’s no secret that more Americans are retiring than ever.  It is estimated that 24% of the US population will be over 62 years of age by 2030.  At 62, more and more people are looking at retirement.  Some of those retirees will do so in Denton, Texas.  Denton, Texas is a medium size suburb just north of Dallas/Fort Worth.  Being in Denton, Texas for many years, we have really started to see a lot of retirees that are moving to Denton, Texas, choosing to rent houses versus owning a home or renting a smaller apartment.

The reality is these older folks want to keep the comfort and privacy they get with living in a house without the burden of having to take care of a home.  When people retire in Denton, they do not want the hassle of having to mow lawns, dealing with expensive repairs or worrying about the security of their home.

When a retiree rents one of our great houses, they get all of the amenities they are used to with living in a house without any of the hassle.  At Redden properties, we literally take care of everything for our renters.  We mow the lawns at our resident’s houses, we make any necessary repairs to the home and we have made a name for ourselves in Denton, Texas by being exceptionally responsive to our resident’s requests.  Another great aspect of living in a Redden Properties rental home in Denton, Texas is the price.  The fact is our resident’s get a lot of home for the price of a small 2 bedroom apartment in Denton, Texas.  So to say that our rental homes in Denton, Texas are a great value, is a huge understatement.

So, if you are retiring in Denton, Texas, don’t rent an apartment or go into a small, expensive condo.  Come take a look at a Redden Properties rental house.  They are beautiful homes at an incredibly affordable price.  At Redden Properties, we make living in a house in Denton, Texas, a superior experience.

Confessions Of A University of North Texas Dorm Resident

I admit it.  When I found out I would be attending the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, I was very excited.  My first thought was “where would I live?”.   I was not sure if it would be better to live in the dorms at the University of North Texas or should I live in a rental home in Denton.  A friend of mine was also attending the University of North Texas and decided to live in the dorm.  SO, I figured he and I could room at the dorms.  What a mistake that was.

Staying in the dorms at the University of North Texas may be for some people but not me.  I like my privacy, quiet and plenty of space.  I also have a dog so I always wanted a yard.  When I stayed in a dorm at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas, I did not get any of the things I wanted.  Also, the dorm was loud and going to the community bathroom was awful.

So, the first thing I did when I could, was go look for a rent house (rental home) in Denton, Texas.  I figured if I could get a rental home in Denton, Texas, I could get all of the amenities I wanted.  I would also be able to bring my dog to Denton, Texas as well.  Renting a house in Denton, Texas, proved to be the right thing to do.  I ended up renting a house from Redden properties and loved it.  They had a great rent house in Denton, Texas that was big, had a great yard, was clean and well taken care of.   Also, if I ever needed anything fixed or addressed, my landlord came right over to take care of it.

For all students planning on attending the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas; I would highly recommend you rent a rental home from Redden Properties in Denton, Texas.  They will take care of you.

Quality Living in Denton, Texas

Denton, Texas is the county seat of Denton County. As of the 2010 United States Census, Denton’s population was 113,383,making Denton the 27th most populous city in Texas and the 11th-largest city in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex.  For those people living in Denton, Texas, they get the best of both worlds.  Denton is still relatively small, compared to the rest of the Dallas metroplex. Because Denton is smaller than many of Dallas/Fort Worth’s suburbs, Denton still gives you a “small town” feel.  The good news is, Denton is located just to the north of the city of Dallas on Interstate 35.

There are also two major colleges located in Denton, Texas.  Families and Students have the opportunity, to attend these two world class universities.  Those colleges are named Texas Woman’s University and the University of North Texas.  Texas Woman’s University and the University of North Texas are responsible for setting thousands of students a year into their own, great career path.  Texas Woman’s University and the University of North Texas are both recognized educational institutions in the state of Texas.

Denton is also known for its active music life; the North Texas State Fair and Rodeo and the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival attract over 300,000 people to the city each year. The city experiences hot, humid summers and relatively few extreme weather events. Its diverse citizenry is represented by a nonpartisan city council, and numerous county and state departments have offices in the city. With over 45,000 students enrolled at the two universities located within its city limits, Denton is often characterized as a college town. As a result of the universities’ growth, educational services play a large role in the city’s economy. Residents are served by the Denton County Transportation Authority, which provides commuter rail and bus service to the area.