Fact: many people can't afford rent in America. We pretty much ALL knew that, but just how major is the disparity between average wage and housing in the United States? The National Low Income Housing Coalition recently published a few...Show More Summary
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The city is using a 54-year-old state housing law to withhold rent payments from bad landlords, Mayor de Blasio said.
KitSplit aims to help creative professionals rent the equipment they need, whether it’s basic video gear or something a little more high-tech, say a 360-degree camera or an Oculus Rift. The service launched last year in New York, and now it’s ready to expand, starting with its launch in Washington, D.C., followed by Philadelphia and Boston. Show More Summary
The Obamas are staying in Washington -- and renting this nine-bedroom, 8,200-square-foot mansion.
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Five rentals for 50 percent of the city's median average rent price. Which one is the best deal? This is Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out. Show More Summary
In an attempt to put more pressure on some of New York's worst landlords, the city is trying something new: the Department of Social Services will withhold rent payments for eight notorious landlords' tenants who receive public assistance,...Show More Summary
For real, the rent is TOO DAMN HIGH.
If you've ever wanted to get a taste of the lifestyle of Jay-Z and Beyoncé, now's your chance - if you have money to spare. The home where the music royals once vacationed is available to rent for the hefty price tag of $1 million for the month of July. Show More Summary
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The most storied rental car program in history is back this summer for its 50th anniversary: Hertz's "Rent-a-Racer" Shelby GT-H. Landing at select Hertz airport locations in 17 cities in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Washington, the latest program follows up on the...
"They just made a billion dollars if not more in the first quarter of this year, and I can't afford to pay rent. That doesn't make sense to me." [ more › ]
It's not much better for a one-bedroom A recent survey found that one would need to bring in $145,000 a year to pay rent on a two-bedroom, market-rate unit in LA. But what about someone not looking for a market-rate unit but just trying...Show More Summary
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Steady job creation over the past five-plus years, unattractive rent costs and the anticipation of a mortgage rate increase are propelling homebuyers into the spring market at a faster rate than expected, according to the National Association of Realtors. Show More Summary
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A minimum wage worker who wants to afford a two-bedroom apartment has to hold down nearly three full-time jobs. The post Even If The Minimum Wage Were $15, Workers Still Couldn’t Make Rent appeared first on ThinkProgress.
This latest report comes from the National Low Income Housing Coalition.