Monthly Archives: August 2012

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Confessions of a Frustrated Renter – Vol. 2

I’m troubled by a trend taking place in cities and towns across the United States to limit the number of renters in a community and the construction of multifamily housing. Here in Scottsdale, Arizona where I live, the focus in … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Frustrated Renter – Vol. 1

Am I the only renter out there who is sick and tired of being portrayed in the media and popular culture as being a second-class citizen? Whether it’s Subaru Impreza commercials depicting renters as living in slums, the National Association … Continue reading

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Apartment Myths

Our thanks to the National Multi Housing Council for this information.  Renters and the industry need to unite to jointly address these myths. There are many myths associated with apartments, ranging from who lives in them to how they affect … Continue reading

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Some in Sugar Land, TX Want to Ban Apartments

Here's the latest example of societal discrimination directed toward renters.  Courtesy of Betsy Dolan of www.fortbendstar.com A group of Sugar Land residents are hoping they can collect 1,479 signatures in 46 days as a required first step in banning any … Continue reading

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I Love My Apartment!

Renter Nation, the country’s fastest growing apartment internet listing service and the nation’s only website focused on the burgeoning renter demographic for direct targeted marketing, has expanded the scope of its “Rentertainment” video and photo platform to include “I Love … Continue reading

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