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10 Tricks To Make Your Rental Feel Like Home Until You Can Afford One

By Tara Mastroeni / February 26, 2020
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Usually, rental leases limit the number of changes that you can make to the home’s interiors. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to live in a bland space. To prove that point, we’ve got 10 tricks to make your…

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Move Out Checklist for Renters: Get Your Security Deposit Back and Get into Your New Home

By Tim Coutis / July 15, 2019
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Done with renting? Ready to make a move to your very first home? Use this checklist to ensure your move goes as smoothly as possible. Prior to packing Complete a change of address form and submit to the USPS no…

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4 Signs it’s Time to Get Out of the Rent Race — And Fast

By Aly Yale / October 10, 2018
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If you’re on the fence about buying a home, the latest headlines might change your mind. Not only is home buying getting easier (and more affordable), but renting is becoming more and more expensive by the month. Not sure if…

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Most Expensive Cities to Buy in the World: How Many in the U.S.?

By Mary Mack / September 7, 2018
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Think housing prices in your market are bad? Other places in the world have it even worse. In fact, New York City was the only city in the U.S. to make it on Money Inc.’s list of the “20 Most…

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Buying vs. Renting: What All Renters Should Know

By Aly Yale / April 9, 2018
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If you’ve been paying rent for a while now, you may be at the point where you’re weighing the pros and cons of buying vs. renting. Renting trends aren’t looking good for Americans. Rents have skyrocketed in most major cities…

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Should You Buy a Home or Keep Renting?

By Mary Mack / April 1, 2018
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There are definitive reasons for both sides. Find what’s best for you. First and foremost, this age-old question ultimately depends on your individual needs. Yes, buying a home means you’re putting money into your own investment. Yes, when renting, you…

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