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From frustrating nonrefundable deposits to shady lease agreements, some landlords out there just won’t adhere to the letter of the law. But the line between legal and illegal is blurry due to landlord-tenant laws that differ from state to state. If you’re renting in Austin, TX, for example, state law doesn’t control how much landlords can charge for a […] The post Know Your Renters’ Rights? Your Landlord May Be Breaking the Law appeared fir...

We found 10 rentals in expensive U.S. cities you can actually afford. The post 10 Affordable Rentals in the Most Expensive Cities in the US appeared first on Trulia's Blog....

Getting swept up in the frenzy of buying or selling a home is easy. After the honeymoon phase comes that awkward stage between agreeing on a tentative deal and reaching the closing table. You might encounter many unforeseen situations in this window, and both parties have specific buyer’s and seller’s rights designed to prevent a major decision from […] The post What Exactly Are Buyer and Seller’s Rights During House Closing? appeared first on Tru...

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A house is the stage that one's life plays out on. Real estate agents don't sell houses, they sell dreams, happiness, a place to call home ......

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Built in 1953 “Glass” and “light” are two of the words most associated with the style of midcentury homes. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom built in 1953 has both. But it’s also filled with a bounty of original wood paneling and built-ins that haven’t been painted over, darkening the space and giving it a cozy vibe. The listing promises “that light and shadows throughout the day will transport you to a state of total tranquility.” The home m

The museum could get a new theater and a glassy western entry hall As Exposition Park prepares to welcome major attractions such as the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art and the Banc of California soccer stadium, the park’s venerable Natural History Museum is preparing for a major overhaul. The project, which is still in the early stages of planning, would rework and expand the museum’s west and south-facing wings. The Jean Delacour Auditorium on the west

Right next to the former Ambassador Hotel Another major development is on the way to Koreatown, joining at least 40 other projects planned for the booming neighborhood. Plans filed with the city yesterday call for an eight-story apartment complex with 61 units of housing at 689 South Catalina Street. The apartments would be located right next to the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools, which replaced the former Ambassador Hotel in 2010 (they’d also be a