Tag: rent

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Tenants: How to End Your Lease Early

Maybe you want to move into your significant other's place. Or maybe you just got a job offer in a different city, but you just renewed the lease on your apartment. Regardless of the reason—now you need to end your...

/ February 19, 2020
10 Conversations to Have With a Roommate

10 Conversations to Have with A Potential Roommate

More and more people are living with roommates later in life to save money, live closer to the urban core, and even just because they would prefer not to live alone. But how do you know if someone will make...

/ February 16, 2017

Renting with Roommates: What are Your Lease Options?

If you’re curious about your lease options as either a landlord or tenant, learn about some of the standard living arrangements between roommates, and the benefits and drawbacks of each.

/ August 25, 2016
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What to Do When You’ve Inherited Real Estate

Dealing with inherited real estate can be both financially and emotionally challenging. In this post, we’ll help you through the process by answering some common questions about property inheritance and exploring the main options for what to with your inherited...

/ May 12, 2016

6 Back-to-School Housing Options

Your first personal experience with real estate is usually when you become a university or college student, but dorms and shared rentals aren't your only options. Find out if there's a choice better suited to your needs in this post.

/ August 13, 2015
The Best (and Worst) Ways to Accept Rent Payments

The Best (and Worst) Ways to Accept Rent Payments

The form of payment you accept as a landlord may seem like a small detail, but it’s a very important one. Here are the most common ways tenants pay rent, and the pros and cons of each payment method.

/ October 14, 2014