Posts Tagged ‘Rent Price’

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The Best Places to Rent in New York City

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They say that if you can make it in New York City, you can make it anywhere — but where should you choose to hang your hat while you’re trying to make it? read more

Woman negotiates a rent reduction with her landlord.

6 Tips for Negotiating a Rent Reduction with Your Landlord

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With the COVID-19 pandemic on the rise again and a second wave rapidly approaching, many of us are out of work and running out of cash with no end in sight. read more

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Why is Rent Dropping Among LA Luxury Buildings?

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In these unprecedented times, people are struggling to afford basic necessities like monthly rent and utilities. Property company Zillow reported that around 2.7 million adults in the United States found themselves moving back home and living with a parent or grandparent in March and April as the coronavirus pandemic spread around the country. 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

Why Do Apartment Prices Fluctuate?

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We’re all aware that mean rent prices are gradually going up (and up and up), but you might not be aware of another apartment pricing issue: namely, price fluctuation. This means that you could go tour an apartment and get a quote for it on Saturday only to find that the price is entirely different […] read more

Comparing the Advantages and Disadvantages of Renting Furniture and Appliances

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As a renter you might consider the option of renting furniture and appliances instead of buying them. The reason being, an apartment is a temporary situation and you’d rather not pay for expensive furniture, only to hire a moving company or rent a truck to move it later. However, while this is one advantage (and […] read more

5 Reasons Apartments in the Same Building Vary in Price Range

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Apartments in the same building can vary in price range, and the reasons depend on the market, your landlord and the apartment you want to rent. The difference in rent can work to your advantage, but sometimes you’ll find yourself paying much more than your neighbors. Here are 5 reasons apartments in the same building […] read more


When is the Right Time to Negotiate Rent with Your Landlord?

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It’s possible to negotiate rent with your landlord at almost any time, which could result in you paying lower rent monthly. But many landlords may only agree to lowering rent if you approach them at the right time. So when are the best times to negotiate rent with your landlord? When Average Rents Are Lower […] read more

Apartments for Rent Short Term: Negotiating Tips and Tactics

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Finding apartments for rent short term is truly a specialized market, but you can find them with a little extra searching. You would think this simple concept would be everywhere in the world of leasing-“I apply, I pay my rental amount, and I sign a lease for the term I need, right?” Not so fast! Finding Short […] read more