RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Rentals

A collection of news and information related to Rentals published by this site and its partners.

Top Rentals Articles

Displaying items 56-66
  • Orlando among least affordable rental markets, report finds

    Orlando among least affordable rental markets, report finds
    Orlando, long considered a relatively affordable market for homebuyers, now stands as one of the country's least affordable markets for renters, a new report shows. Apartment renters in the area spent an average of 34.3 percent of their income paying...
  • Off Broadway Review: 'Between Riverside and Crazy'

    Stephen Adly Guirgis is such a quintessentially New York playwright, it's incredible how popular his plays are outside the city limits. You have to wonder what those out-of-towners will make of "Between Riverside and Crazy," the scribe's latest love/...
  • North Shore organization plays affordable housing matchmaker

    North Shore organization plays affordable housing matchmaker
    Skokie resident Jean Mulqueen says she never imagined she would be a widow at age 45, scrambling to make ends meet and attempting to pay a monthly mortgage with her income as a medical billing clerk. Determined to avoid foreclosure on the house she...
  • Renting or buying -- a question for small business owners

    Renting or buying -- a question for small business owners
    As the economy improves and the unemployment rate in the Orlando metropolitan area keeps dropping, a question that often comes up in good times is making a comeback, Mary Hurley noted. Should you rent when you could buy? Area residents in apartment...
  • Rent vs. buy? A look at the math and other factors

    Rent vs. buy? A look at the math and other factors
    It may be the biggest financial decision most of us ever make: Buy a house? Or keep renting? For a while in the wake of the housing crash, the answer was pretty clear: If you could swing it, buy now. But things have changed rapidly. Prices in Southern...
  • Living large in small apartment spaces

    Living large in small apartment spaces
    When Frank Trocchio moved in early July, he traded a one-bedroom apartment for a 600-square-foot studio at the new OneEleven high-rise in the Loop. Although Trocchio pays the same amount for 400 fewer square feet of living space, he couldn't be happier....
  • Amnesty for bootlegged apartments

    Amnesty for bootlegged apartments
    In the city of Los Angeles, which has more renters than homeowners and some of the highest rents in the country, it's not surprising that a market exists for so-called bootlegged apartments, extra units carved out of existing apartments and common areas...
  • Learning the wonders of the sharing economy in trip to Denver

    Learning the wonders of the sharing economy in trip to Denver
    Meet my friends Joanna, Jo and Brenton, and Beth. They really helped me out on my recent trip to Denver. Joanna lent me her car. Jo gave up his room and crashed in Brenton's room so I would have a place to sleep. Beth invited me for a lovely dinner....
  • Luxury apartments with a lobby you can't ignore

    Luxury apartments with a lobby you can't ignore
    First impressions are everything, and the first thing you notice at the 73 East Lake rental building in Chicago is a striking mosaic video wall that sets the tone for the glass tower. The creative digital installation in the lobby plays a four-minute...
  • Huntington council candidate alleges 2 incumbents caused gift violation

    A Huntington Beach City Council candidate has filed a complaint with the state's political watchdog, saying two incumbents' living situation resulted in one receiving illegal gifts from the other. Candidate Brendon Kenney alleges in the complaint...
  • After scrutiny, CHA cuts value of 'super vouchers'

    After scrutiny, CHA cuts value of 'super vouchers'
    Chicago Housing Authority voucher recipients will no longer receive enough assistance to place them in the city's most luxurious high-rise buildings under a new policy, the agency announced Sunday. The policy targets "super vouchers" that allow low-...