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Legal Rights of Roommate with No Lease

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Are you co-renting an apartment with other people, but your name doesn’t actually appear on the lease agreement? If you aren’t the lease-holder but are roommates with someone who is, you may be legally referred to as either a sub-tenant or co-tenant. In circumstances such as this, you have rights nearly indistinguishable from the tenant […] read more

Young woman struggles to figure out how she's going to pay rent in the wake of the crippling coronavirus crisis.

What are My Tenant Rights for Coronavirus Rent Relief?

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Most people have lived through hard financial times, many have gone through serious illnesses, and a significant number have faced a looming rent due date with little or no money to their name. But to suddenly face all three of these hardships at once at the hands of something like the coronavirus pandemic is a […] read more

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Mastering the Art of Working from Home

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It’s no secret that many of America’s workers have dreamed of working from home for years now. Visions of droopy sweats and fluffy slippers have intoxicated many who’ve schlepped to the office before. Now it’s a reality for many, but it’s a lot less dreamy when it’s mandatory due to a global pandemic. read more

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Best Delivery Services to Keep Your Family Full and Happy During Quarantine

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Finding yourself cooped up with your family might seem kind of fun for now, but after a while, tensions can build and cause everyone in the house to become bored and cranky. But as we continue to do our part to flatten the COVID-19 curve, we’re all going to need to turn to online delivery […] read more

Man fights with his landlord over what he believes to be a violation of their lease agreement.

7 Ways Your Landlord Is Breaking the Law (and Your Lease!)

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Renters are often intimidated by landlords, especially if renting a home is a new experience for them. read more

Always test the faucets when touring a new apartment.

11 Things You Should Test When Touring an Apartment

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Inspecting an apartment is no time to be polite. In fact, you should act like that snoopy neighbor everyone hates to have as a visitor. read more

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7 Tips to Deck Out Your Dining Room

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We’ve all witnessed the forgotten dining room before: a place used so seldom there’s often a light coating of dust on the tables and chairs in it. read more

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Looking for a Good Deal on a Home? These are the 10 Best Areas to Watch in 2020

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You may be at the stage of house hunting where you’re cozying up to realtors in your area with plates of warm cookies, or gazing longingly at fixer-uppers you quickly realize you have no skills to actually fix. The reality is you may have to pack up the family and relocate to find a nice […] read more

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How Millennials Are Changing Apartment Cooking

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Every generation of apartment dwellers has contributed to the food choices and cooking methods that go on to become reflective of their times. Tuna noodle casseroles, Top Ramen, Hamburger Helper, and the likes kept young adults alive for decades. Hot plates gave way to toaster ovens, which in turn begat microwaves. What never changed were […] read more