In this economy, you’ve got to carefully consider your options. That’s why this infographic from Sparefoot, is perfect for you if you’re thinking about renting or buying a new home.
More than 1 million households in New York City are rent-burdened, which means they are paying 30 percent or more of household income on rent, and nearly 600,000 of those households are severely rent-burdened, or paying more than 50 percent of their income on rent, according to the newly released NYU Furman Center/Capital One Affordable Rental Housing Landscape.
Unlike the real lottery, hitting the rental property jackpot requires experience, knowledge, and skill. You need to know exactly what to look for and where to look for it. Without both of these factors you can easily find yourself buying a rental property sinkhole.
Is Britain becoming a nation of renters? The following infographic created by Morgan’s takes a look at the state of the current UK home renting market.
This infographic by The Independent uses data from the Guardian and the concept of the monopoly board to compare rents and the cost of living in the UK’s major cities, giving advice on how to make the most of being part of ‘Generation Rent’.
More than ever, Americans are opting to live on their own. But how drastic is the change? In the following infographic by ForRent.com, take a look at the trend of Americans living alone, with a lot of the insight provided by Eric Klinenberg, author of “Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone.”
People are constantly moving for one reason or another and it’s hard to know if there’s an apartment or home available in the city they’re moving to. If you’re planning to relocate for your career or simply eyeballing your dream location, take a look this helpful infographic by For Rent to know there’s a rentable place with your name on it.
Barnardo’s recently released a report showing just how much more it costs to use “Rent to Own” options for everyday appliances. Consumers are finding themselves paying up to three times the amount for necessary household items like fridges and washing machines. The following infographic reveals the facts or “renting to own.”