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In certain areas, like San Francisco, a single square foot of space costs over $4, while in other places that amount dips below $2.
US renters paid around $4.5 trillion in rent over the past decade — and New York City renters have been leading the list for 15 years in a row
Renters have paid approximately $4.5 trillion in rent over the past decade, according to a study by the real estate listing platform, Zillow.
A recent study by GoBankingRates found that in 31 cities, residents can save hundreds of dollars a month by paying a mortgage instead of paying rent.
3 more Brooklyn neighborhoods just joined NYC’s million-dollar neighborhood club — and it shows just how rapidly the city is pricing resid...
A new report by StreetEasy revealed that, since 2015, the median recorded sales price in three Brooklyn neighborhoods passed the $1 million mark.
People on Reddit are slamming a 200-square-foot San Diego ‘shed’ that rents for more than $1,000 a month, but it’s just the latest e...
A 200-square-foot studio apartment in in the University Heights section of San Diego, originally listed for $1,100, is sparking outrage online.
A man was crushed to death by an elevator in an NYC apartment building. Now, some tenants are reportedly refusing to pay their rents.
According to a report by the New York Post, less than two weeks after the accident, tenants say the building's other elevator is still malfunctioning.
Renters in Lower Manhattan may be able to collect up to 6 years worth of back rent, according to a court ruling in June
The misinterpretation of a tax-break program may force some building owners in Lower Manhattan to pay up.
NYC landlords were caught renting out ‘micro rooms’ for $600 a month. Here are 7 places in the US where you can legally rent an apartment ...
With the help of Zillow, Business Insider has compiled a list of places in America where you can legally rent an apartment for $600 (or less) a month.
In the 1940s, you could rent a Brooklyn apartment for $20 a month. Today, the median rent has skyrocketed to $3,000.
Even the more affordable Brooklyn neighborhoods, like Flatlands and Gerritsen Beach, have typical rents that are over $1,500 a month.
New York City is home to one of the country’s most expensive rental markets — and as of July, rent in Brooklyn peaked at an all-time high ...
In June of 2019, the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment in New York City shot up to $2,980, hitting a three-year high.