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Homesnap will pay monthly mortgage of 10 federal workers

Home listings portal Homesnap is offering to pay the mortgage or rent of 10 workers affected by the now 31-day long partial shutdown of the federal government.
Tags: Technology, Government, Radio, Washington Dc, Mitch McConnell, Rent, Mortgage, Donald Trump, Government Shutdown, Industry News, News Brief, Border Wall, Homesnap, Furloughed Workers


How Fox’s Live Version of ‘Rent’ Honors and ‘Enhances’ Jonathan Larson’s Vision

In the more than 20 years since Jonathan Larson’s “Rent” first debuted on Broadway, the conversation of adaptation has often come up: Film director Chris Columbus infamously brought the story to the big screen in 2005, Michael John Warren similarly shot one of the final performances of the original theater run in 2008, and talk […]
Tags: News, Features, Fox, Broadway, Rent, Jonathan Larson, Vanessa Hudgens, Valentina, Michael Greif, Jordan Fisher, Chris Columbus, Brandon Victor Dixon, Brennin Hunt, Michael John Warren


Renting A Home More Affordable Than Buying In 59 Percent Of U.S. Housing Markets

Home Prices Outpacing Wages in 80 Percent of the U.S. Housing Markets Irvine, CA – Jan. 10, 2019 (PRNewswire) ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier property database, today released its 2019 Rental Affordability Report, which shows that renting a three-bedroom property is more affordable than buying a median-priced home in 442 of 755 U.S. counties analyzed for the report — 59 percent. The analysis incorporated recently released fair market rent data for 2019 from the U.S. Depart...
Tags: Real Estate, Renting, News, California, Boston, Buy, Radio, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Tennessee, Rent, Ohio, Michigan, Rental, Orange County California, U S Department of Housing and Urban Development, Monroe County Florida


A Hot Cup of Murder

One time, the Archbishop of St. Louis tried to shut down a New Line show called Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll. I'm not kidding. He failed. Well, he successfully shut down our preview, but we were open again for opening night. You can read about that here.Our show was just a revue of theatre songs on those topics, three of the most powerful forces on humans, including songs from Rent, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Avenue Q, Songs for a New World, Hair, The Rocky Horror Show, Kiss of the Spider Woman,...
Tags: Amazon, Musicals, Sex, Senate, Religion, Theatre, America, Preston, Broadway, Violence, Rent, Arthur Conan Doyle, Theater, Shakespeare, St Louis, Rocky Horror


U.S. Renters Spent $504 Billion on Housing in 2018

– Renters spent more on housing than ever before in 2018, even with fewer renter households – Renters paid $12.6 billion more in rent this year than they did in 2017 – which is about a 2.6 percent increase. – There are about 43.2 million households renting in the United States, a slight decline from 2017. – More than 10 percent ($55.6 billion) of all rent collected in the United States came from renters living in the New York City metro area. – Rents are currently rising the fastest in Orlando a...
Tags: Amazon, Real Estate, New York, Money, News, New York City, San Francisco, Radio, United States, 2018, Belgium, Rent, Las Vegas, Jeff Bezos, Zillow, Orlando


Broadway Pop!

I have fallen in love with Funko Pops figures -- they're so odd but so wonderful. In recent months, Funko has released several Little Shop of Horrors figures, as well as two versions of both Danny and Sandy in Grease, and big collections of figures from Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin.But wait, there's more! I was fortunate enough to happen upon Amanda Tang's Broadway Pop store on Etsy, and it was like I had died and gone to musical theatre memorabilia heaven. She has custom Funko Pops for Ham...
Tags: Musicals, Etsy, Berlin, Theatre, Chicago, Claude, Broadway, Hud, Rent, Brian, Reno, Hamilton, Rosemary, Rose, Lin-manuel Miranda, Rosie


Southern Californians spend as much on rent as Arizona, Colorado and Oregon collect in taxes

Here’s why the rent control issue won’t go away in California any year soon. We are talking real money. Southern Californians renters will pay landlords an estimated $47.8 billion in 2018 — up $2.6 billion in a year. A new study by apartment tracker HotPads shows total rents paid in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties this year — up 5.8 percent in a year — are on par with total annual revenues of corporate titans such as Cisco computer networks or HCA healthcare or Caterpi...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, New York, California, Housing, Washington, Oregon, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cisco, Sport, Economy, Soccer, Rent, Local News, Southern California


TV News Roundup: Fox Releases ‘Gotham’ Final Season Trailer and ‘Rent Live’ Key Art

In today’s TV news roundup, Fox released a new trailer for the last season of “Gotham,” as well as key art for its upcoming live version of “Rent,” and Deborah Ayorinde is joining NBC’s upcoming ensemble drama “The Village.” FIRST LOOKS Fox released a new, film-style trailer for the fifth and final season of “Gotham,” premiering Jan. 3 at […]
Tags: News, Nbc, Gotham, Fox, Rent, The Village, Deborah Ayorinde, Fox Releases ` Gotham


Valentina and the cast of the live musical ‘Rent’ have a message for you on World AIDS Day

The live musical Rent airs on Fox Jan. 27, but if you are looking to check out the sexy up-and-coming member of the cast check out the cast's video on the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day.
Tags: Entertainment, Lifestyle, Rent, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Valentina, World AIDS Day


Glendale City Council adopts temporary rent cap

The Glendale City Council voted 3-1 early Wednesday after a marathon meeting to cap rent increases at 5 percent for a two-month period, according to a city statement. The rent freeze was adopted while the city studies a possible ordinance mandating tenants get one-year leases and other possible tenant protections. However, the council stopped short of considering a plan to make Glendale the 16th city in the state adopting rent control. The freeze will be in effect from Dec. 27 through Feb. 27, a...
Tags: Business, California, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Rent, Local News, Council, Glendale City Council, Golden State, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Ara Najarian, Vartan Gharpetian, Paula Devine, Zareh Sinanyan, Vrej Agajanian


Election 2018: California’s rent-control measure defeated

A hard-fought and controversial campaign to expand rent control in California, home to some of the priciest housing markets in the nation, was defeated Tuesday night. Proposition 10, the measure to broaden rent control’s reach by repealing a state law restricting its use, trailed throughout the night as it was soundly rejected by the state’s voters. “The stunning margin of victory shows California voters clearly understood the negative impacts Prop. 10 would have on the availability of affordabl...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, Politics, News, Obama, Congress, California, Housing, Senate, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Gop, House, Rent


What explains the rent affordability gap between Los Angeles and San Francisco?

How could San Francisco’s rental market be “affordable” in a national study that scores Los Angeles rather poorly? Data crunchers at apartment tracker RentCafe tried to measure the cost of renting a slightly different way — where are rental units the most affordable to the common paycheck. RentCafe analysts looked at Census Bureau housing data for the nation’s 50 most-populous cities to see how rents and incomes stacked up. These researchers defined “affordable” as how much of the rental supply ...
Tags: Business, California, Housing, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Economy, Soccer, San Diego, Long Beach, Rent, San Jose, Oakland, Bay Area, Los Angeles County


Prop. 10: Would more rent control help tenants or make California’s housing crisis worse?

Supporters from at least a dozen housing and tenants rights groups rallied in downtown Los Angeles Thursday, April 12, in support of the repeal of the Costa-Hawkins Act and rent control measures in six Southern California cities. The 1995 state law limits rent control to older apartments. (Photo by Jeff Collins, the Orange County Register/SCNG) Proposition 10 would change the rules for rent control. It’s one of several high-stakes ideas California voters will weigh on Nov. 6. (Photo by Michae...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, California, Housing, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Long Beach, Rent, City Council, UC Berkeley, Southern California, City Hall, Henderson, State


The ‘roomie’ effect: How Southern Californians are cutting their high rents

Local renters aren’t stupid. They’re downright crafty. When faced with few available units   and sky-high rents many tenants co-opt each other, creating some of the nation’s most-crowded rentals. High-density living of all sorts — roommates, co-habitating and multi-generational arrangements —  significantly cuts the rent burden in Southern California. And while Californians debate housing politics at the ballot box Nov. 6, don’t forget: crammed rental units aren’t just a landlord-tenant issue. C...
Tags: Business, California, Housing, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Rent, Orange County, Orange, Riverside County, Southern California, San Bernardino, Los Angeles County, Riverside, San Bernardino County, Census Bureau


Valentina’s casting in the live version of ‘Rent’ has divided the musical’s fans

Some fans think the role should be played by a trans or genderfluid actress.
Tags: Twitter, Musicals, Lifestyle, Rent, Ad Friendly, Drag Queens & Entertainers, Dragaholic, Rupaul's Drag Race, Drag Queens, Valentina, Transwomen


Tinashe, Kiersey Clemons Among Cast for Fox’s Live Version of ‘Rent’

Fox has announced the cast for its upcoming “Rent” live musical. Recording artist Tinashe has been cast as Mimi Marquez, a dancer who struggles with addiction and catches the eye of musician and recovering addict Roger. Roger will be played by Brennin Hunt (“Nashville”). Singer/songwriter Jordan Fisher (“Hamilton” and the 2017 winner of “Dancing with […]
Tags: News, Fox, Mario, Rent, Kiersey Clemons, Tinashe, Vanessa Hudgens, Valentina, Jordan Fisher, Brandon Victor Dixon, Roger Roger, Brennin Hunt, Tinashe Kiersey Clemons, Mimi Marquez, Brennin Hunt Nashville Singer, Jordan Fisher Hamilton


Amid a ‘rent-burden crisis,’ will tenants vote yes on Prop. 10, expanding rent control?

With a major rent control vote just 2½ weeks away, financially strapped Southern California renters face continued rent hikes into the foreseeable future, a new forecast shows. The region, said one expert, is in the grip of a “rent-burden crisis.” Yet, some renters are getting a measure of relief in that rent increases are getting smaller, figures from a half-dozen apartment trackers show. “To say (renters) are catching a break would be too strong a statement,” said Richard Green, director of th...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, California, Sport, Green, Soccer, Rent, Orange County, Usc, Southern California, San Bernardino, Los Angeles County, Inland Empire, Lusk, Century City, Public Policy Institute of California


Should You Rent vs Buy in 2018? – Economic Insights from realtor.com

It’s the age-old question. Should you rent or buy a home. Every situation is different, sometimes renting is the best option depending on your financial situation or how the economy in your city is doing. Overall homeownership and buying a house have been great ways of building wealth and living the American dream. In today’s video Chief Economist Danielle Hale from realtor.com will discuss how the economy is in 2018 and whether or not you should rent or buy. Welcome to a new series on economic...
Tags: Real Estate, News, Opinion, Buy, Radio, Rent, General Interest, Realtor.com, Danielle Hale, Buy Versus Rent, Buy Vs Rent, Daniele Hale


Southern California to see smaller rent hikes over the next two years, forecast says

Southern California rents will keep rising over the next two years, but at a slower pace as vacancy rates rise slightly in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, according to USC’s Casden Multifamily Forecast released Wednesday, Oct. 17. The annual forecast, produced by the University of Southern California’s Lusk Center for Real Estate in conjunction with Beacon Economics, also determined that low-wage earners are not the only ones facing an affordable housing crisis. “We continue to find affordabili...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Rent, Orange County, San Diego County, Usc, Southern California, Los Angeles County, Beacon Economics, Orange Counties, Riverside San Bernardino, Top Stories LADN


Study: Pains and Gains in the Apartment Hunt

Survey Says Renters Put as Much Stake in an Apartment’s Online Presence as Its Physical Appearance; Apartment Communities Are Falling Behind at Making the Search Easier Lehi, UT – Oct. 16, 2018 (PRNewswire) A new survey shows renters are becoming more reliant on online photos and virtual tours than on traditional, in-person guided tours when selecting an apartment. This study, which was conducted by Entrata, multifamily real estate’s fastest-growing technology company, shows that apartment hunte...
Tags: Real Estate, News, Study, Report, Radio, Apartments, Rent, Rents, Apartment, Rental, Real Estate News, Entrata, Zachary Allen, Chase Herrington, Entrata Online


How Nate Armstrong Recommends Raising Rent Prices Efficiently

Raising rent for tenants is one of the sensitive topics that most landlords dislike. It can create a situation where tenants may feel blindsided by the unforeseen increase in costs. Nevertheless, property owners are often forced to raise the rent in order to keep up with the rising standard of living. For instance, supplies and overhead expenses are climbing every year. As a consequence, landlords will lose more of their revenues. Given their business-oriented mindset, it’s completely understan...
Tags: Real Estate, Colorado, Sales, Tax, United States, Property, Rent, Denver, Mile High City, Nate Armstrong


L.A. County adopts temporary rent control for older apartments

Rent hikes for some 50,000 older apartments in unincorporated Los Angeles County will be capped at 3 percent for six months, giving county leaders time to evaluate a panel’s recommendation that the county enact rent control permanently. Following two hours of comments from more than 100 speakers, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 on Tuesday, Sept. 11, to approve a temporary rent cap aimed at helping struggling tenants keep their homes in one of the nation’s most expensive hou...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, California, Housing, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Rent, Local News, Beverly Kenworthy, California Apartment Association, Southern California, West Hollywood, Los Angeles County, Barger, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors


L.A. County supervisors to vote on temporary rent cap for apartments

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors plans to vote Tuesday, Sept. 11, on whether to impose a temporary rent cap on older apartments in unincorporated areas, limiting increases to 3 percent a year for six months. The ordinance, first proposed in July, is seen as a stop-gap measure to freeze current rents at September levels while the county considers recommendations from a citizen’s working group reviewing permanent rent control. Board Chairwoman Sheila Kuehl, a rent-control supporter, sai...
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Lyft will soon let you hail e-scooters!

While Uber is focusing on bigger things like flying cars and vertical-takeoff airports, it’s nice to see Lyft targeting an area that’s much more practical, effective, and for the lack of a better term, ‘down to earth’.Partnering with Chinese manufacturer, Xiaomi, Lyft announced that it plans on allowing its customers to rent e-scooters for commuting short distances. While Lyft surely isn’t the first company to provide scooter-renting, it’s now the largest company, already with over 23 million us...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Lyft, Design, Automotive, Xiaomi, Rent, E-scooter, Xiaomi Lyft


Rental Discounts are Scarce Amidst Strong Summer Demand

The number of rental units offering discounts hit new lows while rents reached all-time highs, according to the July 2018 StreetEasy Market Reports NEW YORK, Aug. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Heightened competition during peak moving season has given the rental market a boost in July, as a rush of new residents arrive in the city and current residents move into new apartments. The share of units discounted fell city-wide, reaching its lowest point in Manhattan and Brooklyn since 2011, according to th...
Tags: Real Estate, New York, Renting, New York City, Summer, Radio, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Rent, Market, Upper West Side, Zillow, Rental, Williamsburg, Demand


Back-to-School Tips for Finding an A+ Apartment

Atlanta, GA – Aug. 23, 2018 (PRNewswire) Whether it’s searching for a family apartment or looking for student housing to rent this upcoming school year, finding the best rental home with great schools, commute and ample room for creating a study space is an important step in preparing families for a stellar back-to-school. With more than one million available units to choose from, Apartments.com is here to help families find the perfect rental with these five tips for an A+ apartment. 1.Top of ...
Tags: Real Estate, Time, Radio, Back To School, Apartments, Rent, Apartment, Rental, Atlanta Ga, Real Estate News, Apartment Rental


L.A. County supports temporary rent control for mobile homes

Unincorporated portions of Los Angeles County could see rent control for mobile homes reinstated more than 23 years after county leaders allowed similar restrictions to lapse. On a 3-1 vote Tuesday, Aug. 14, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors supported a six-month moratorium on rent hikes greater than 3 percent for mobile home spaces. The stop-gap measure is designed to keep park owners from raising rent before a permanent rent control ordinance under review takes effect. “This ordinanc...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, California, Uncategorized, Sport, Soccer, Rent, County, San Bernardino, Los Angeles County, Barger, East Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Mark Ridley Thomas, Janice Hahn, Tom Long


California legislature passes bill to protect renters who call 9-1-1

California lawmakers on Thursday unanimously passed a bill to protect tenants from being thrown out of their homes for calling 9-1-1 in an emergency. The proposal, which now moves to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk, takes aim at local ordinances that can result in a tenant being labeled a “nuisance” — a cause for eviction — because they called for help. “People should be able to call for help without fear of losing their home,” said Assemblyman David Chiu, D-San Francisco, in an interview Thursday. Cali...
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Glendale rent control campaign falls short for 2020 election

Supporters of a Glendale rent control initiative announced Monday, Aug. 6 they gathered less than half the needed signatures needed to get a referendum on the 2020 ballot. The campaign needed to turn in 10,529 signatures by Monday to qualify for the next election after this November’s voting. But supporters garnered about 4,000, a statement by the Glendale Tenants Union said. The campaign already had missed a deadline to get the measure before voters this November. Mike Van Gorder, a tenants uni...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, Housing, Sport, Soccer, Glendale, Rent, Local News, Southern California, Cortez, Glendale City Council, Santa Ana, Mike Van Gorder, Van Gorder, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze