Renting a home is more than just finding the right place. Make sure you know everything up front by asking these important questions first.
No one ever thinks they'll need to break their lease — but things happen. Avoid legal — and financial — pitfalls by handling it smartly.
Hotels aren't the only go-to crash pad for vacations anymore. Does it still make sense to stay in one?
It's hard enough finding a place to rent in a tough market without having to answer a bunch of probing questions. Happily, you don't have to.
Is rent control your secret weapon to a coveted, affordable apartment in the country’s most expensive cities? The rules are tricky, but maybe!
Get all the comfort, charm, and style you deserve in your rented space without the risk of losing your security deposit. It doesn't cost a lot, either!
A security deposit is a big chunk of change. These cheap and easy clean-up tips will help you re-pocket that cash.
Yes, renters, you totally need to insure your stuff — and yourself — from mishaps big and small. Don't economize here!
Turn to the Internet for fast, simple, and safe ways to get your rental property in front of the right audience.
Bad or low credit makes everything hard — even renting an apartment. Here's how you can still find a place when your credit is weak.
Before you set out to find your next great rental apartment or home, take a good look at your income. What can you afford?
Summer is moving season for lots of us. Make sure you land in the right place by avoiding some common rental miscues.
Whether across the town or across the country, moving has tons of expenses. Don't get blindsided by these surprise costs.
Craigslist is a leading apartment rental marketplace, with plenty of listings — and scammers. Protect yourself by recognizing the warning signs.
Talk about space-saving! These super-cozy closet bedrooms make the most of every inch, turning extra storage into a good night's sleep.
Just because your apartment is small doesn't mean it needs to feel that way. Check out these tips for making the most of a tiny home.
There are several things you can do with a house that you own. During the housing boom, most of the attention was focused on two of those things: You could sell it, or you could
Everybody has seen a rent-versus-buy analysis. Here's a different way to look at it.
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