Renting an apartment by searching online is nothing new. Problem is, you can waste your time searching for the right search site. Here are sites to check out, and a couple to avoid.
Some homeowners, including empty nesters and retirees ready to downsize, might profit from renting out their high-end home for a premium and moving into a less expensive apartment.
Relocating may seem easier if you live as you did in your old neighborhood, but whether or not money is a concern, it's better to rent before you buy in a new city. Here are three reasons why.
One real estate website has two new features to help apartment hunters avoid getting stuck living somewhere with a terrible commute to their offices.
Whether you’re a landlord who lives down the street, or an out-of-state (or out-of-country) real estate investor, there are some real concerns you may have about your vacant property.
Apartment rentals are becoming increasingly competitive, but it’s as important as ever to be able to distinguish the good apartments from the lousy ones.
Getting your security deposit back after moving out of your apartment can be as simple as taking some pictures, but it can easily get lost in the shuffle of moving in and moving out.
You’ve packed up, you’ve got a new place to move into and you’re getting ready to clean out the old place. But if you want to get the security or rental deposit back from your landlord, you may have to do more than simply dusting and vacuuming.
ental prices are steadily increasing as families and individuals continue to lean towards renting rather than owning in the aftermath of the housing market’s collapse.
Whether you're leasing a home or sharing an apartment with roommates, it pays to know the rules of the renting game.