Finance

09 May 2017

The New Rent Control Laws Across The Bay Area : Ask a Tenant Attorney

There are new rent control ordinances in several cities across the bay area. From Richmond to Mountain view, be aware of your rights as a tenant.

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04 May 2017

Cheap Ways to Learn to Cook & DIY at Home

Food can be one of the biggest budget sucks, especially if you’re ordering take-out all the time. And those cheap little microwavey things, while convenient, aren’t going to help you live a longer life or feel spritely if you consume them all the time

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03 May 2017

Making Fashion Out of Tires & Organic Materials

They find used tires before they get thrown into a landfill or burned, and makes shoes and sandals out of them.

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14 Apr 2017

Spring DIY Projects for Broke-Ass Apartment Dwellers

Guest Post By: Nick Cesare Spring is in the air, and it’s time to start making some changes. For a lot of folks this means tending the gardens, repainting the house, or redoing their kitchen with granite countertops. If you’re like me though, you live in an apartment, and your spring

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04 Apr 2017

SF Building Manager Explains How to Get an Apartment

What property managers want from first time tenants and how to stand out from the crowd

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31 Mar 2017

Tax and Flu Season Feel the Same

The last time I felt this nauseated, angry and anxious was when I had morning sickness. I never threw up over homework assignments in high school. Not even when I was a sleep deprived, hormonal, overachiever taking an absurd amount of AP classes. I’m not pregnant, I don’t have the flu,

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24 Mar 2017

Moving on a Budget

This post was written by Tyler Thompson If you are a total minimalist, moving might be a cinch. Otherwise, it can be a daunting task… especially when you need to stick to a tight budget. Is there a way to get everything you own out of your existing place and into

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