Posts Tagged ‘landlords’

In city after city, affordable housing is disappearing. While buildings might be retired due to age and structural issues, others are being taken out of the affordability market and turned into market rate apartments. How is this possible? For many low income apartment complexes built with tax credit funds, the...

For any renter, it can be hard to imagine that cookie cutter apartment reflecting your unique style or standing out from all the other units, especially when your budget is limited. However, there are ways to create a distinctive style without breaking the bank or the landlord’s guidelines. A few of the ways to give...

A credit score can be the difference between receiving credit or finding yourself unable to finance anything from a car to a home. Building credit takes time, with you paying the rent on time being consistently reported to the various credit agencies. As an individual, it is important to regularly check your credit...