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Investors Are Buying Single-Family Homes to Rent Out

Investors Are Buying Single-Family Homes to Rent Out

One trend that accelerated following the Great Recession was the incidence of investors buying single-family homes to rent out.

Traditionally, single-family homes have been owned by the
occupants. Home ownership is the backbone of the “American Dream”. Owning a
single-family home is the greatest (often the only…

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Overlooked Expenses Can Cost Renters an Extra $3,400 a Year

Overlooked Expenses Can Cost Renters an Extra $3,400 a Year

Beyond the listed rent, U.S. renters can spend $3,420 a year on costs associated with moving into and living in a rental, according to a new analysis from rental search platform HotPads.

Nationally, the median rent is $1,530 per month.

However, renters often pay more…

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Pets on the Wedding Registry

Pets on the Wedding Registry

In a sign of changing times, pet products will now be
included in wedding registries.

Zola, a company specializing in wedding planning and registry for millennial couples, will now include pet food delivery service Ollie as part of its wedding registry service.

Ollie delivers freshly cooked, human-grade food tailored…

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These Loosely-Regulated Marketing Claims Motivate Shoppers to Buy

These Loosely-Regulated Marketing Claims Motivate Shoppers to Buy

A new survey found that while “natural” is a non-regulated claim on food packaging, the word would be most likely to motivate over half (53 percent) of Americans to purchase a product this year.

The survey of 1,000 U.S. adults by Wakefield Research
for Label Insight…

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