15
Apr 19

The Most Googled Credit Score Questions, Answered by Finance Experts


The best way to find out what consumers want to know most about credit is to do a modern-day anthropological study: Check out their collective browser history!
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28
Mar 19

Watch Conan O’Brien Go NYC Apartment Hunting in 2001


We’re very curious how much this same apartment is going for today.
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17
Mar 19

My Husband Was a Live-In Super. It Opened Our Eyes to a Whole New Side of Renting


Having been longtime renters ourselves, it forced us to look at renting from a new, dual perspective of tenant and proprietor.
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07
Mar 19

I'm 25 and I Can Afford to Live in the City—But Here's Why I'm Sticking to the Suburbs

In a city where connections are purportedly everything, making the choice to move outside of the main urban center was daunting. Turns out, I made it work.
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08
Feb 19

Watch Out: 7 Times When Cheaper Rent is Actually More Expensive

So you found the perfect apartment—everything seems to check out, from the desirable neighborhood to the amazing rent. But is it really as wonderful as it seems? Before you start shifting those extra dollars from your rent fund to your coffee budget, double check your new home to make sure none of these hidden expenses are going to end up emptying your wallet.

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28
Jan 19

Rental Red Flags: What to Look at When You Tour a Potential New Home

Picture this: You’re facing yet another problem in your brand new apartment but—lucky duck—you have roughly 11 months left on your lease. Don’t you wish you could go back in time and save yourself tons of time, money, and headaches by identifying these potential problems before you sign? We’re here to help you do just that.

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25
Jan 19

Could Abbi and Ilana Afford Their 'Broad City' Apartments?

On January 24th, “Broad City” returns to Comedy Central for its fifth and final season. For the last five years, viewers have watched Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer play fictional versions of themselves trying to navigate New York Cities as 20-something women. We have watched this story play out in many different ways on television, from shows like “Friends,” to “Sex and the City,” to “Gossip Girl,” to “The Bold Type.” On television, New York is portrayed as a place where you can have your own apartment—even though you work part time—and where drinks don’t cost an entire hour’s wage. This is the magic of television and the magic of New York itself. “Broad City” is no different.

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14
Jan 19

"Yelp" for Landlords: Search These Sites Before You Move In

Apartment hunting is tough. On top of moving costs, and you know, finding a place to live, you have to worry about whether or not your landlord is actually trustworthy. It’s no surprise then that landlord-rating sites have begun popping up all over the internet, offering reviews and insights from tenants across the globe.

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30
Dec 18

These Tiny House Beach Rentals Start at $30/Night—and Are All Under $100!

Now that winter break is over, you’re probably planning your next vacation—and it’s most likely to some place warm. If your idea of paradise is staying in a sweet tiny house on the beach, then we’ve got you covered. Here, the best micro real estate to rent for an affordable coastal getaway:

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27
Dec 18

Try Not to Freak Out: What Rent Costs in America's Priciest Zip Codes

If you had to guess where the most expensive neighborhood in the country is, what would you say?

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