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  • Renters feel trapped amid higher costs, stiff competition

    Renters feel trapped amid higher costs, stiff competition
    Rent takes a bigger chunk of your paycheck in South Florida than almost anywhere in the nation, and the burden is getting heavier. Renters here, on average, spend 44 percent of their incomes for a place to live, far more than the national average of...
  • Courtyards offer an inviting retreat for apartment dwellers

    Courtyards offer an inviting retreat for apartment dwellers
    One of the key attractions to apartment and condominium living is not having a yard to mow. One of the key drawbacks to apartment and condominium living is not having a yard to play in. Several new communities in the Chicago area are offering...
  • No dad left behind at Harford Family House

    Jim Donaldson is 38 years old, the separated single father to 8-year-old Jacob and “5-going-on-35”-year-old Lily. Until recently, he had a good job with a large oil company. But when his son got croup that developed into pneumonia three...
  • Congressional Candidate Greenberg Falls Behind On His Rent – To Himself

    Congressional Candidate Greenberg Falls Behind On His Rent – To Himself
    It's one thing for a congressional candidate to fall eight months behind on rent payments for his campaign headquarters — but it's something else if the landlord is the candidate himself. That's what's happened with Republican nominee Mark...
  • Verdugo Views: The mysterious residency of a radio preacher

    Verdugo Views: The mysterious residency of a radio preacher
    One of the most famous radio preachers of all time, Aimee Semple McPherson, once rented an apartment in Glendale and tried to enroll her two children in our high school. It seems her stay here back in the late 1920s was brief and may have been an...
  • Southern California rents to keep climbing over the next two years

    Southern California rents to keep climbing over the next two years
    Renters, get ready to pay more to live in the Southland. The average cost of an apartment in the region is projected to grow more than 8% over the next two years, according to a new report out Tuesday, making one of the nation's least affordable...
  • Rents in Southern California will climb faster in next two years, study says

    Rents in Southern California will climb faster in next two years, study says
    Renters, get ready to pay a little more. The cost of the average apartment in the Southland is projected to grow more than 8% over the next two years, according to a report out Tuesday. A new study from USC’s Lusk Center for Real Estate projects...
  • Building owner charged in 2012 fatal Logan Square fire

    Building owner charged in 2012 fatal Logan Square fire
    Noe Martinez called out to his 43-year-old brother, asleep on a mattress on the floor, as smoke filled the attic apartment of a Logan Square two-flat that had been illegally converted into nine rental units. Four months earlier, a Cook County judge...
  • Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company

    Students Worldwide Learn Programming From Vernon Company
    VERNON — Serial entrepreneur Mark Lassoff ran two companies in Austin, a tech-nirvana if there ever was one. But his three-year-old startup LearnToProgram Media, in a low-rent office building in Vernon, is his longest tenure anywhere. Lassoff, 40,...
  • Playful Padua

    Playful Padua
    I'm in Padua (just half an hour from Venice, but a world away), and I really like this town. Padua's museums and churches hold their own in Italy's artistic big league; its hotels are reasonably priced and the city doesn't feel touristy. Nicknamed "The...
  • What is difference between security deposit and holding deposit?

    Question: After months of looking for an apartment close to my place of employment, I found a great place. I signed a month-to-month rental agreement and paid my first month's rent as well as what I thought was a security deposit. The manager promised...