Housing isn't cheap, especially if you're broke. But with some creativity and some gumption, you can put a roof over your head for nothing.
The easiest way to pay less is to find a roommate, which isn't always terrific. But if you know where to look (and what to ask), you can live solo.
In the long run, renting costs more. But if a short term fling is your thing, you can probably rent it — whatever "it" is.
Today we found some stellar articles on surprising things you can rent, tricking your brain and building wealth, and strategies to retire early.
You can make that move happen — just make sure you consider these five things.
If you love the apartment, but not the price, learn how to negotiate with the landlord and find the price that's right for both of you.
Today we found some awesome articles on negotiating rent payments, free stuff for your birthday, and making your commute suck less.
A recent study suggests that many workers can't afford a decent place to live. But is truth that we need to change our concept of a good standard of living?
Today we found some great articles on negotiating rent, last-minute tax tips, and credit card expiration dates.
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Lately it seems that rent prices have been dropping in many areas of the country. Here in San Mateo some residential apartments are dropping prices as much as 20%. This seemed a
Finding deals is a key topic on Wise Bread, and for good reason--finding a great price may make something you want affordable and make it easier to stretch your resources to cover
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
When you think of people ruining their lives with foolish spending, it's easy to focus on the little things that add up--the meals out, the hefty bar tab, the daily Starbucks habit
Everybody has seen a rent-versus-buy analysis. Here's a different way to look at it.
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