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Want to rent your home with a pool? Here’s what you’re liable for
Rental properties with swimming pools are in high demand on platforms like Airbnb, and hosts are often able to charge a premium. But fluffy towels and comfortable chaise lounges aside, having a pool comes with a fair share of headaches — and liability. Read More
Gen Z struggles as it enters the workforce during COVID, and with student debt at historic levels
The pandemic upended work life for most people. But for those in Gen Z who graduated from college during COVID, it might have changed the most. Read More
Weekend reads: What you can do to counter high inflation
Also, bargain shopping for quality, value and dividend stocks, how to time your Social Security benefits and a slowdown for housing. Read More
Homeowners who locked in low mortgage rates have one reason to ‘celebrate’ right now, economist says. Here’s why.
Inflation makes debt cheaper, one economist explains, which benefits asset holders like home owners. Read More
My husband and I have been married since 2009. He won’t put me on the deed to our condo. What happens to me if he dies, or we divorce?
‘We currently have 10 years left on our mortgage.’ Read More
If you lost everything, would you remember all of your items? How to make a home inventory.
Creating a home inventory now, while your house is still safe and sound, will help if you ever have to file a claim later. Here’s how to do it. Read More
The solution to the labor shortage in construction? More women and immigrants, says Harvard researcher
Bring more women and immigrants on board to fill shortages, Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies’ managing director says. Read More
‘I had to give up my career, in a sense’: With a potential recession looming and inflation running high, many women are financially vulnerable
Nearly three in 10 women said they were financially worse off than before the pandemic, according to a new survey. Read More
Amazon Prime Day in one chart: Americans stocked up on electronics, household essentials amid inflation
Prime members worldwide bought more than 300 million items, averaging 100,000 items per minute during Amazon’s two days of deals, the company reported. Read More
For the first time ever, Manhattan’s average rent surpasses $5,000 a month
That figure marks a 1.7% month-over-month climb from the $4,975 average rent recorded in May. Read More