3 On Your Side: Renting Practically AnythingFor many renting is the way to go and you may be surprised at some of the things you can rent.
Report: It's Difficult To Find A Nice Apartment In PhillyThe high end apartments, also known as Class A apartments, are scarce at best.
Is Rent Out Of Reach? Study Shows How 11 US Cities Stack UpRenters are on the rise in America's biggest cities, but many tenants are scrambling to keep up with growing rent bills and shrinking vacancies, according to a study released Thursday.
Legal Limits To Improving A Rental PropertyMaking improvements to a commercial property is usually part of the lease agreement, but making fixed upgrades to a residential property is different.
The Small Print Of Rent To Own ContractsThere are actually benefits to this type of plan if it involves technology or vehicles, but there are pitfalls as well.
Legally Silencing A Noisy NeighborWhat can you do about a noisy neighbor?
Rittenhouse Square Makes List Of Most Expensive U.S. Neighborhoods For RentersWhat’s really scary about the rankings, though, is that an apartment in Philly’s toniest neighborhood is still, on average, a thousand dollars less than one in the neighborhood that ranked above it.
Legally Evicting A RoommateHow do you kick out a crummy roommate?
Landlord May Trash Your StuffIf you’re behind on your rent, can your landlord keep and/or dump your personal property?
The Value Of Renter's InsuranceWhat recourse do you have if another neighbor in your apartment building causes damage to your property by fire, flood or an overflowing toilet?
Website Geared Towards Renters Launches In 12 Cities, Including PhiladelphiaThe website, called “RentMatch,” offers reviews, photos and information on various rental properties in the city so that users can decide whether or not it’s worth moving in.
Financially-strapped U.S. Postal Service Looks To Lease Mail Delivery Vans“Currently, there are no leased minivans or cargo vans in the fleet,” the ad says, but “presently, there are not sufficient capital funds to purchase new equipment.”