Places I’ve Lived in Wellington: Behind a Couch, in a Half-Finished House, and More

Back in my early 20’s, I spent three years living in New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington.

Landlords Threaten Tenants With PIs, Eviction Over AirBnB

City landlords are used to price-gouging. It’s just that they’re customarily the ones doing it.

What $1K In Rent Gets A Brother And A Sister In D.C. (Spoiler Alert: Unfairness Ahead)

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.

(S)extra Room: The Cost Of A “Non-Private” Living Arrangement

A search online for cheap, quick housing turned up a category that I never knew existed: roommates with benefits.

Places I’ve Lived in London: Harry Potter-Sized Cupboard, House Full of Slobs, and More

In the eight years I’ve lived in London, I’ve experienced my fair share of rental oddities.

98 Cities Out Of 100, It’s Better To Buy Than Rent

Rent vs buy? Buy, says Trulia.

What $990 In Rent Gets You In Seattle

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.

The Rent, Yes, Is Too Damn High, Etc.

Here’s something you’ve perhaps noticed on your own: rents have been getting crazy high!

Can We Make Renting Better?

Is there anything we can do as a society to make renting less onerous and stressful and expensive?

Gentrification Is Big Business

Some people flips houses; Goldman flips neighborhoods.