Personal experience: how an immigrant to rent a house in the USA and not become a victim of fraudsters

It was the perfect apartment. Everything suited me: location, price, conditions. The only thing - I looked at this apartment on the Internet. The owner asked to send her money for the card, and only after that she would hand over the keys. It's good that I don't ...

Average credit score for rental housing has risen: how to build a good financial history

You may have heard that the higher your credit rating, the more financial flexibility you will have. Having a solid rating increases the likelihood that you will get approved for a new credit card, car loan or mortgage. And if you want to rent a house, but ...

Death Penalty: Unexpected Costs Facing Families of Deceased US Tenants

If the person who rented the apartment dies, it can be assumed that the landlord will simply terminate the lease. But many grieving American families are discovering that this is not the case, WXYZ writes. Carrie Davis mourns the loss of her beloved mother and at the same time is arguing with the administration of the residential complex ...

Millions of US residents face eviction during a pandemic: what to do if it's you

Up to 40 million Americans could lose their homes as a result of the pandemic. What action to take if you face eviction, explains CNBC. Alaina Lattin received an eviction notice from her home in Conroe, Texas last month. “It was a very loud knock ...

How to terminate the rental agreement without penalty

By signing a rental agreement, most clients really want to live in this apartment until the end of the period specified in the documents, but sometimes life presents surprises and it becomes necessary to move until the end of the lease term. Very often, a rental contract involves considerable fines ...

What is the cheapest accommodation to rent in different cities in the USA

Amid the pandemic, rental prices in the United States fell. We suggest paying attention to apartments in large American cities where many Russian-speaking immigrants live: New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami and Chicago. We have collected the most budgetary proposals for the version of the real estate site Zillow. ...

New Housing Lotteries in New York: Apartments from $ 666 per month

The New York City Housing Authority regularly runs lotteries to draw the right to rent available apartments in different areas of the city. We have compiled information about five lotteries launched this week. 31 apartments on Manhattan Avenue The building is located at Eckford Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222. ...

New urban trend - coliving: how two emigrants from Kiev successfully launched a startup in the USA

Renting a home in New York is at least a third of a tenant's monthly income. This is the first problem that immigrants face. The second is the absence of friends in a new place. Both problems are solved by a successful startup, which was launched in America by two young immigrants from Kiev. More ...

What to do if a New York homeowner raised the rent without notice

Changes in New York City tenancy laws have provided market-priced tenants with some protection. However, you should still proceed with caution. The New York Times writes about what to do if the homeowner does not want to act within the law. ...

What type of housing can I rent in major US cities for $ 1500 per month?

We regularly publish the best deals on the US rental market. Today we propose to pay attention to apartments in large American cities where many Russian-speaking immigrants live: New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami and Chicago. This property can be rented for up to $ 1500 ...

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