One Washington, D.C., apartment community is offering renters a one-of-a-kind amenity: a resident puppy.
There are amenities to suit the needs of every renter. Take a look at some of the most popular ones for 2014.
If the rental search process sounds like a pain, working with a broker might be the answer.
It’s not uncommon for pet-friendly apartment communities to have weight and breed restrictions. What should the owner of a large dog do?
Searching for affordable housing in an expensive city? Here are ways to make sure you’re getting the most for your money.
Financial assistance is available to low-income, elderly and disabled renters; here’s what you need to know to apply for Section 8 housing.
Old churches and factories get a second chance as hip, urban homes.
If you live in an apartment building, you’re at an increased risk for becoming the victim of a home fire. Take some time during fire prevention month to make your apartment safer.
From a studio with well-preserved 1940s finishes to an apartment boasting updated modern features, here’s a look at the rentals you can find on the market in the nation’s capital.
From luxury lakefront studios to sleek, modern apartments, you’ll find a home that suits your taste in the Windy City.
Looking for a place to rent in Atlanta? From studios to single family homes, take a look at the rentals we found on the market in this city.
In San Francisco, finding a place to rent is challenging. We’ve researched four different price points to see what you can find in this city by the bay.
With a rental budget of $1,500 a month, you’ll find a variety of apartments and condos. See what we found this week at this price point.
Take a look at the rentals we found for those with a budget of $950 a month. From studios to 2-bedroom apartments, don’t underestimate the unique amenities you can get at this price point.
From boutique apartments to a remodeled 18th-century adobe, you’ll find what you’re looking for at this price point.