When it comes to buying a home, first impressions are key. Today, most homebuyers are millennials between the ages of 22 to 35, and what they look for in a home is completely different than generations past. That means that if your home hasn’t left 1985, it’s time for a
By Matthew Gerring If you’re a regular reader of Street Sheet by Coalition on Homelessness, you might be surprised to hear that the paper’s recent upgrades — full color front pages and a new website — were sponsored by the same people who brought you AirBnB: Silicon Valley’s preeminent startup incubator,
By Robert Lanterman San Francisco is a lot of things, but cheap isn’t one of them. For instance, as of 2015 the rent for a one bedroom apartment was over three times what I paid for a two bedroom duplex around the same time in Boise, ID. Being new to the
Trump may spend more on travel and security in his first year in office than all of Obama’s 8 years combined
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.
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
They find used tires before they get thrown into a landfill or burned, and makes shoes and sandals out of them.
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