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Rent homes in the Hudson Valley for groups of 8 or 28

After a year of self-isolation, large group gatherings are all the rage for the summer, especially in rental homes in the Hudson Valley. “We have seen a significant increase in the number of extended family reunions,” says Jennifer Grimes, founder of Chalet Rouge Inc., which specializes in organized vacation rentals. …

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OMG, I want to rent this house: New Paltz, NY

New Paltz, New York (Vrbo): Utopia is a dream, a fantasy, a historically failed experience. Or at least it was. Your next vacation to the Hudson River Valley can reach agrarian perfection when you train your family to this remodeled farmhouse in New Paltz that features barns and streams and …

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57 affordable rental units in Prince George

Stock photo (Photo provided by Pixabay) More supportive housing is on its way to Prince George. 57 affordable rental units will be located at 1919 17th Avenue for families, seniors and people with disabilities. According to the province, this is thanks to a joint effort with the Aboriginal Housing Society. …

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Occupancy of vacation rentals in excess of hotel stays

Mahalo for his support of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Take advantage of this free story! The statewide vacation rental occupancy rate topped Hawaii hotels again in April, continuing a seven-month trend that began in October after Safe Travels Hawaii allowed some visitors to bypass the quarantine of travel related to the …

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New York’s rental market is raging

New York City neighborhoods are experiencing extreme competition for apartment rentals. Getty For a few months, it seemed like New York’s tenants were finally getting their revenge. After years of dealing with sky-high brokerage fees, questionable landlords, and fierce competition for small, expensive places, the pandemic has turned the tide. …

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House prices act like stock prices

This article is an on-site version of our Unhedged newsletter. Register now here to receive the newsletter directly in your inbox every day of the week Yesterday’s memo about Jeremy Grantham sparked numerous emails saying he was a nasty old permabear who always has something bad to say about stocks. …

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Shortage of rental cars slowing domestic tourism

A shortage of new cars is curb the rental vehicle industry to rehire staff made redundant due to last year’s pandemic. The Rental Vehicle Association (RVA) said the difficulty in restocking rental fleets was the biggest obstacle to the industry’s recovery. Companies that reduced the number of vehicles last year …

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Bay Area COVID-19 Rent Relief Programs Slow Start

Two months after the state launched COVID-19 rental assistance programs for low-income renters, Bay Area towns and counties are opening individual programs to keep poorer residents at their home. San Jose and Santa Clara County last week launched their $ 60 million program to reach tenants who switch to roaming. …

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The concept of a single-family rental development from an Austin developer was postponed at their request during the May 20 session of city council.

Featured illustration: An artist rendered by Norris Design of the holding pond trail plan. Posted: 5-24-2021 by Art Benavidez Hutto (Williamson County) – The concept of a single-family rental development of an Austin developer was postponed at their request during the May 20 session of the municipal council. The 36,624 …

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After the veto of the tenant bill, what options for rental housing?

Last week, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott has vetoed controversial bill this would have allowed tenants some alternatives to paying flat-rate security deposits. One alternative, supported by most housing advocates, would have allowed tenants to pay security deposits in installments. Another provision in the bill would have allowed tenants to purchase …

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