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Tenant Of Rat-Infested Sacto Apartment Catches Rodents On Video To Get Out Of Her Lease

NATOMAS (KPIX 5) — Rats!

A Sacramento-area apartment infested with rodents set off an ugly landlord-tenant showdown. Neither side would budge until a video camera caught the critters creeping around. 283 more words


How to Make the Most of Car Lease Specials in Los Angeles Dealerships

When you need to get a new company car or one for personal use, you have three options to choose from: buying, financing, or leasing. Each option has their pros and cons, and the most suitable one depends on your financial disposition. 119 more words


Another "Grown Up" Move: Apartment Hunting

Signed lease, check.

The next step for me making my graduate school future seem real was signing my first lease yesterday. It was incredibly exciting! As I have previously posted, I have never not lived in university housing in college spending one year in the dorm and now currently wrapping up my third year in the sorority house. 214 more words

Why should I lease my vehicle?

Wanted to try.  But if you can keep your vehicle running and in good condition, it is better to buy.  I owned each of my cars for 8 years.   70 more words


Getting a Car Lease in Los Angeles: A Look at Its Numerous Advantages

In a big city like Los Angeles, it’s a given that locals need a car to get around. Getting one, however, is not as easy as it might sound; A potential buyer would have to assess their financial situation and lifestyle, and decide between buying and leasing. 74 more words



Finding an apartment in Los Angeles is a challenge that undoubtedly will put you on probation. Locate a place to live in LA means choosing the neighborhood that best suits your needs and your tastes, read ads and do a search on the properties that interest you before you sign a lease. 973 more words


Best Ways to Split Rent With Roommates / 如何與室友分攤租金

One of the biggest advantages of having a roommate is the ability to split the cost of rent and utilities, which usually means you’ll be able to afford a larger apartment with better amenities than you could if you were living by yourself. 728 more words