Nesting Away is a personal consulting agency that seeks to help young people successfully transition to adulthood. We deliver high-quality services that include finding the best rental properties, utility services, and community engagements.
Rental Properties – Apartments & Homes
Not sure how to select the best apartment? Let us help you! We will compile a list of the best apartments in your desired area of move, and contact them to find out rates and current deals.
Utilities – Electricity, Internet, Phone, Renter’s Insurance, Car Insurance
Selecting appropriate utility providers to take care of your needs is the key to financial management! You do not want to be overspending on services that can be cheaper and better. Our goal is to connect you the best possible providers & save you money in the process.
Community – Gyms, Churches, Local Clubs
Finding friends and community is hard for everyone today. But you don’t have to feel lonely! We will find interesting events and clubs you can join based on your interests and preferences. Also, we will do our best to consider the proximity to them in your move!
Best areas to move for GenZ
How do you know what is the best state/town for you? We have compiled a list of places with a lot of job opportunities, affordable housing market, and many young people such as yourself that would make great friends!
Get to know you
The most important part of our process is getting to know your personality, preferences, and financial capabilities.
Begin the search
We invest a lot of time in finding the best options for you! We will provide usual rates, as well as any promo codes/deals.
Compile our findings
We want to make sure we got everything right, so this is a lengthy process during which we double check and format all of our findings.
Deliver it to you
All of the options are delivered to you in an organized document with website links, $ rates, and other useful information!
“Nesting Away helped me find a great apartment and set up new services. They saved me a lot of money in the process by finding the deals on utilities.”
— John David , Special Ed Teacher