Posts Tagged ‘renting a home’

Whether you own or lease a home, housing expenses can easily be the costliest bill you have to worry about each month. It can be scary if you know you won’t be able to make the rent—you could be hit with late fees, or if you’re extremely late, you could possibly be facing an eviction. […]

Moving somewhere far can be a bit of a shock, but it’s also a great way to have a fresh start. Depending on the state or city you’re moving to, you may be in store for an entirely new change of scenery. Relocating usually means new friends to make, a new home to move into, […]

   This can be a good option to consider if you no longer want to rent, but you’re still not quite ready yet to buy. Disadvantages of rent-to-own Your contract may not be ironclad, and there may be certain provisions that don’t allow you to purchase the home at the end of the term. For […]

If you’re looking for a new place, you may have noticed that some rental ads mention that the lease includes a “rent-to-own” option. What exactly does this mean? When you sign a rent-to-own agreement, you are not only agreeing to rent your home under the terms of a normal lease, but you are also accepting […]

A lot of college students decide that dorm room living simply isn’t for them. So how can you choose the optimal housing off-campus? Because a lot of college students looking for off-campus housing are also moving out on their own for the first time, it can be somewhat scary and overwhelming. Here are some tips […]