The best way to find an apartment is to look at the neighborhood and then ask yourself if there’s a house nearby that you like, the experts said.

That’s because most people just want to move in, they said.

Here’s what you should know to do it the right way.

What’s a ‘house’ in the neighborhood?

In the real estate world, the term “house” refers to an individual or a building.

In real estate, a house is typically defined as a structure that includes two or more rooms.

A home, by contrast, is typically a collection of living and sleeping spaces, according to the National Association of Realtors.

What types of apartments can be found in a neighborhood?

An apartment is a building with a single living and/or sleeping space that can accommodate up to 10 people, according the National Realtor Association.

In general, apartments in a city are larger than homes, so a large apartment building can have multiple apartments.

There are three main types of apartment buildings: small apartments, medium-sized apartments, and large apartments.

Small apartments are typically smaller than 10- to 15-square-foot homes, and they typically have about four bedrooms and one bathroom.

Medium-sized and large apartment buildings generally have between four and eight bedrooms and six bathrooms, according with the National Assn.

of Realty.

Large apartment buildings are usually larger than 15- to 20-square feet and have between eight and 12 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms.

A large apartment is typically bigger than a small apartment, and it can have as many as 19 bedrooms and 22 bathrooms, the association said.

In a neighborhood where there’s only one house, that’s the perfect size for an apartment building, said Jonathan Bock, senior real estate market analyst for RealTale Real Estate Services.

The ideal size for a small house in Washington is about 10,000 square feet, he said.

A small house might be about a 10,400-square foot house.

A medium-size house could be about 10 to 15,000.

A big house could have up to 20,000 in its yard, Bock said.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of buying an apartment in Washington?

A lot of people just go to the closest apartment in the area, said Bock.

You can get a place you want to live right where you live.

You don’t have to walk to the nearest supermarket.

You also don’t need to get a job, Bocks said.

You get to be closer to work, which is nice.

You’re also closer to friends, who are usually farther away from where you are.

There is an opportunity for you to have a lot of time in your life, he added.

You’ll also be closer with your family, who will love you more because you’re closer.

And you’re also close to your dog.

So if you’re looking for a place where you can have a dog, you’re in the best place, Bicks said.

The big downside is that you’ll pay more for the property.

So for most people, a small place like the Dupont Circle or Columbia Heights neighborhood is a good place to buy an apartment, said Chris McNeil, owner of McNeil Associates in Seattle.

For those who want a bigger house, there are options in the city, Bocking said.

He also suggested that you look into apartments in the suburbs or on the West Coast.

For instance, he recommends looking into apartments at the University of Washington or the University College of London.

You should also consider apartments in high-density areas.

These can be more expensive, and if you want something more spacious, there may be better apartments in those areas, Backs said.

Are there any things you should be aware of when looking for an existing apartment?

Bock noted that a lot more people buy apartments now than there used to be, so there are a lot fewer people renting and there’s less demand for them, Bocker said.

There’s also a lot less supply.

That means more supply than demand, so you’re going to see some people who are looking for rent and apartments with lower rents, he noted.

The biggest thing is to be patient and wait until the market improves.

And if there isn’t any demand for the apartments, you should just move in and find something, Bocked said.