Renter’s Advice and Resources

Renter’s Advice and Resources

How Much Will $1,500 Get You in the US?

Megan Foukes

 · Jun 28, 2022

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Rent prices have soared across the US in recent years, and unfortunately, there’s not much the average renter can do about it.

Millennials seem to have everything figured out — at least for the moment. But once the afterglow of college starts fading and that nine-to-five grind begins to lose a little luster, many find money matters more challenging than anticipated.

Cassie Damewood

 · Jan 9, 2020

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Paying rent is probably one of the least fun things about being a full-fledged adult. As we all know, rents are rapidly on the rise, which means less square footage for a much higher cost. While we understand that rents are high, it can sometimes be a little tricky to figure out how much we […]

Ramona Branson

 · Jun 11, 2019

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Securing a great apartment in a tight rental market is not an easy task to accomplish, but it’s far from impossible.

Ramona Branson

 · Jul 12, 2018

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When you’re looking for a new place to live, condos and apartments are probably some of the first options you consider. There are pros and cons to both situations, but your choice will ultimately depend on what’s more important to you: homeownership or the freedom to move around.

Cole Nemeth

 · Jul 27, 2017

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One of the costs of moving is becoming accustomed to a different lifestyle. Because lifestyle is contingent on the services and housing provided in a community, the way you’re used to living can change as a result of a move. The Cost of Commuting Depending on where you move and the transportation that is provided, commuting […]

Staff Writer

 · Mar 17, 2010

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Creating a debt payoff plan is necessary to finally rid yourself of pesky, stressful debt. While everyone has debt and some debt is better than others, reducing or eliminating your debt will increase your credit score, enable you to receive better loan interest rates and rid your mind of its worries about money. Paying off […]

Staff Writer

 · Feb 18, 2010

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The first step to saving money is to create a budget and stick to it. This isn’t new advice; it’s proven to work, but many people don’t create one. Many people take the time to create a budget, but then forget it and resume their spending habits. Why is sticking to a budget so hard […]

Staff Writer

 · Feb 9, 2010

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Whether living alone or with roommates, there are always trade-offs. Your living space is central to your quality of life. If you’re on a budget, carefully weigh the options of privacy versus cost savings to select the best living arrangement for you. Budgeting Your budget, and how you spend your money, are key to determining […]

Lisa Bernstein

 · Sep 25, 2009

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Clipping coupons is a great way to save money, and everyone can benefit from a deal. Use this article as a guide to learn how to save money by utilizing coupons and other available discounts. Get a Shopper’s Card Almost every store now has shopper’s cards or rewards cards, especially supermarkets. Shopper’s cards are like […]

Emily Gojko

 · Sep 21, 2009

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