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  • With 37 millions America families choosing to rent instead of own, there are five things you should know before you sign that lease. Another article in the Apartment Living series.

    Apartment Living:  First Time Renter's Guide

    Apartment Living: First Time Renter's Guide

    by Carla J Behr7

  • As a former property management professional, I've gone over countless lease agreements, and I couldn't tell you how many times, in the midst of all the paperwork, I've heard the crack, "I feel like I'm signing my life away!" Given the pages and...

    Rental Advice: Ending Your Lease and Moving Out

    Rental Advice: Ending Your Lease and Moving Out

    by Sarah Guy8

  • 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.

    How to Find a House to Rent

    How to Find a House to Rent

    by Lauren Sainz0

  • 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.

    How to Evict a Subtenant in San Francisco

    How to Evict a Subtenant in San Francisco

    by Christy Kirwan18

  • You should always be aware of your rights as a tenant when you rent any residential property. Here are some tips to protect your rights when renting a house.

    15 Tips For Renting A House

    15 Tips For Renting A House

    by Cindy6

  • 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.

    Low-Cost Extended-Stay Hotels

    Low-Cost Extended-Stay Hotels

    by Rachelle Williams8

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