Emergency Preparedness: The Key Documents You Need
To help you prepare for an emergency or natural disaster, you can take four simple steps to prepare the key documents you'll need for recovery.
Get Smart About Credit: Credit Basics Q&A
Understanding what credit is, what affects credit and how credit is used can empower you take control of your financial health.
From Down Payments to Dating: Why Credit Matters
Good credit can affect many aspects of your life – such as getting a loan, utility accounts and even a date.
Talking to Your Landlord about Rent Relief Options
If your ability to pay rent has been impacted by COVID-19, it is important to contact your property manager as soon as possible to discuss your situation.
Resources for Renters
In response to the economic crisis brought on by COVID-19, more than $45 billion in federal aid has been made available to help renters and landlords who have been hit hard by the pandemic.
Apartment Types: What's the Difference?
Learn how different apartment types compare and what makes each one unique.
Renting Glossary: 10 Terms You Need to Know
We’ve gathered a list of 10 common rental terms you will need to know when searching for your next apartment.
Help for Homeowners and Renters
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have supported American families nationwide.
Disaster Preparedness: Know Your Risk
One of the first steps in disaster preparedness is to know what disasters and hazards could affect your area.
COVID-19 Support for Renters
If you are a renter struggling to pay your rent due to COVID-19, understand what is available to you.
What Drives Renting and Owning Decisions?
Why do you live where you live? Our survey finds affordability remains a key concern for both renters and owners.
The Economics of Renting
The cost of renting a home involves more than paying monthly rent. Find out what you need to know, for the short- and long-term.
Renter's Guide Part 2
Ready to sign the lease on your first "adult" home? As a renter, you have both rights and responsibilities, here are three things you should review with your landlord before signing.
Renter's Guide to Post Graduation
For recent graduates, where you'll live is probably top of mind. To help you get started on your rental journey, here are a few questions to think about.
Sparking Action: Wildfire Preparedness
If you are in an area where wildfires are an active risk, it's important to act now to protect your home later.
Spelling It Out: Apartment Types
Don't see the difference between a high-rise and a mid-rise? We're breaking down various types of multifamily properties you may encounter in rental housing.
New Job, New Home
You've taken a new job in a new city- here's how to find a new place to call home during your move.
The Tolls of Your Commute
Today's average commute is longer than ever before, Be sure to factor in the cost of your commute, including time and money, when making your move.
Paper Chase: The Documents Involved in Renting
Having your documents in order can save you time and energy – it might even help you save on your rent.
Counting Costs: Landlords, Leases and List Prices
Before you start scoping out the perfect rental, you need to get a firm handle on your finances.
Road to Renting: Choose Your Route
Is renting right for you? Over one-third of America's families rent today.
Renting 101: From Listings to Leases
Approximately 63 percent of renters are satisfied with their rental experience. So, what's the key to finding the right home?
Planning Your Move
The excitement of buying a new home is frequently followed with the dread of having to move. We've put together some tips to make your move as seamless as possible.
3 Tips to Help You Avoid a Rental Scam This Fall
To protect yourself, learn all you can about the rental process and watch for these red flags.
What Do You Think is More Affordable?
If you've struggled to pay your rent recently, know that you’re not alone.
Are Pet Owners More Likely to Rent or Own?
What if owning a pet could predict if you're more likely to rent or own a home?
Rent: It's Relative
If you're renting and have flexibility with where you can call home, it's important to look deeper than just the rent payment itself. There are other important factors to consider
Affordability is Just One Reason Renters Intend to Keep Renting
There are more renter households today than at any point since at least 1965. Learn why.
Ringing the Bell at our SBL Loan Lab
We took our innovative Multifamily Small Balance Loan Lab pop-up to the Big Apple for a high-energy morning of closing deals.
Five Quick Tips About Apartment Leases
If you're moving into a new home this summer, it's important to be informed before you sign a rental lease.
How Much is Affordability a Factor?
Renters say that affordability will dictate whether they will continue renting in the future.
Will Millennials Move Out?
What happens the newly crowned largest generation decides to start buying homes...and what happens if they don't?
Renting Vs. Buying: 5 Questions to Ask Yourself
Answer these five questions and you'll be ready to make major decisions by the time the spring thaw comes.