Back in my early 20’s, I spent three years living in New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington.
City landlords are used to price-gouging. It’s just that they’re customarily the ones doing it.
Living in Washington D.C. can kill a bank account fast. Sleeping in a closet in the nation’s capital can zap the soul even quicker.
A search online for cheap, quick housing turned up a category that I never knew existed: roommates with benefits.
In the eight years I’ve lived in London, I’ve experienced my fair share of rental oddities.
When you pay $990 in the 10th most expensive rental market in the country, you get a lot of good things—but you don’t get everything.
Here’s something you’ve perhaps noticed on your own: rents have been getting crazy high!
Some people flips houses; Goldman flips neighborhoods.