Not sure how to find a house to rent (or an apartment)? Start here. Having moved several times in the last decade, I've learned a few shortcuts.
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How to write a "housing wanted" ad for Craiglist. Write your own ad, find a home that you really want.
So you've moved in your apartment and you have noticed a few issues. I am going to do my best to teach you how to overcome those issues by working with your property manager.
What you need to understand about the risks you may be taking if you decide to rent out your RV to make money.
If you are working, but living paycheck to paycheck, it might be hard to afford the high cost of rent. Check out this guide to the top five cities with the lowest rental costs in the U.S., it may be worth it to relocate.
Renting an apartment after a bankruptcy can be a challenge, but it's not impossible. If you're concerned about finding a place after bankruptcy, here are 10 tips that will make your search easier.
Living in Japan has its own set of unique challenges. Learn more about these challenges and how to overcome them before you set out on your Asian adventure.
Weekly hotels might be the answer to your housing situation if you have low income and you do not have the money to get your own apartment, or if you have an eviction dogging your credit.
Eviction laws in San Francisco make it almost impossible for landlords and master tenants to evict problem renters. Here's some useful advice if you intend to try.
Find out about the responsibilities and risks of being a rent guarantor with this no-nonsense guide.
Virtually everyone has gone through the often stressful process of finding a new apartment a time or two. What are some things you should ask before signing your new lease?
Of all the low income housing programs, tax credit apartment, or income based apartments are the most hassle free. You will not find long waiting lists, and there are no lengthy application rituals like the ones associated with section 8 housing...
What should landlords do after a rental property floods? How is this different than the aftermath most homeowners face after a flood?