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An Open Letter to James Cleverly, MP

Dear James,

One of my Conservative-voting friends liked your Facebook post yesterday about why you voted against the housing bill. I just want to clear up why, in the aftermath of the Grenfell fire, I (and many others) am directing my anger partially towards you and those who voted with you, and to address some of the things written in the comments of that post.  1,475 more words

Non-fiction

Homeownership Is a Good Financial Investment!

According to a recent report by Trulia, “buying is cheaper than renting in 100 of the largest metro areas by an average of 33.1%.” 150 more words

Buyers

Being a renter means you sometimes need to get a little creative with your decor! https://t.co/vFqYRjgNIz via… https://t.co/s8S7HcH2MC


Being a renter means you sometimes need to get a little creative with your decor! https://t.co/vFqYRjgNIz via @rentec pic.twitter.com/qYC3vrJuSv— NiagaraFaucets (@NiagaraFaucets) June 8, 2017 from Twitter… 8 more words

Call to Action! Please send letters of support for Housing Court to State Budget Committee

Help us bring a Housing Court to Cape Cod and the Islands!  We need letters of support to go to MA Legislative Budget Conference Committee. You can help us protect women who rent. 656 more words

Women

The Virtue of Patience in Real Estate

I’ve been in the real estate business for more than a decade.  I would say that it is a privilege to be a part of this thriving industry: an industry that is a part of everyone’s life, whether you’re a real estate agent, a seller, a buyer, a renter, a reader, an affiliate. 533 more words

20 days to rental termination

Success?

Should I dare hope that I’ve finally found the one?

I could tell as I stepped along the tree-lined streets – that rising sense of optimism and anticipation – that I would like this showing. 245 more words

Renting

Oregon House passes renter protection bill, Senate considers it

A bill passed through the Oregon House of Representatives that is set to expand renters’ rights and provide protections against no-cause evictions.

HB 2004 passed in the House with a vote of 33 to 25 on April 4, and there was a public hearing held Wednesday, May 3, in the Senate Human Services Committee… 13 more words

Oregon Legislature