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Take a look inside the $5,000-a-month San Francisco apartment that Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes reportedly once called home with her now-husband,...

The former Theranos CEO and her then boyfriend/now husband were reportedly living in a San Francisco apartment that's now available to rent.
Families pay a different amount for rent all over the US.

Here’s what the average American family of four spends on rent in every state

Families in each state pay different amounts for rent, but those in Hawaii pay the most and those in South Dakota pay the least.

9 facts about the New York City housing market that will make you glad you live somewhere else

New York City is the biggest city in the United States, and it has an equally massive real estate market.

11 facts about San Francisco’s housing market that will make you glad you live somewhere else

San Francisco has the most expensive real estate in the US, surpassing New York City with an average asking price of almost $1.3 million.
People are sleeping cars because they can't afford rent.

Rents in cities across the US are more expensive than ever before. Here are 5 drastic measures people are taking to avoid rising housing costs.

Housing in America's biggest cities are unaffordable for many residents — and they're living in basements, cars, and houseboats instead.

Good news for everyone – this year’s Geylang Serai Bazaar offers more traditional Malay food and store rentals capped at S$14,000

The event had received feedback from visitors that last year's bazaar featured many stalls selling "hipster" food.

Here’s exactly how to figure out how much rent you can afford

How much rent you can afford is equal to 30% of your annual gross income, experts say. But you should spend less if you want to build more wealth.

Rent in Queens fell after Amazon backed out of plans to build its HQ2 there

Rental prices and new leases in Queens fell last month after Amazon backed out of plans to build its second headquarters there.

Here’s the most affordable town for renters in every US state

Using data from the Census Bureau, we found the town in each state with the lowest median gross rent for apartments and other rented housing.
To afford a two-bedroom apartment, a minimum-wage worker would need to work around 122 hours a week.

A minimum-wage worker needs 1.5 jobs just to afford half the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in most of the US

To afford a two-bedroom apartment in the US, a minimum-wage worker would need to work about 122 hours a week.