Gavin Newsom Admits Donald Trump, Tucker Carlson & Ron DeSantis Live Rent Free In His Head

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Kushner Company Agrees to Pay at Least $3.25 Million to Settle Claims of Shoddy Apartments and Rent Abuses

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by Alec MacGillis ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they’re published. The property management subsidiary of Jared Kushner’s family real estate company has agreed to pay a $3.25 million fine to the state of Maryland and to reimburse many of the tens of thousands of tenants in the Kushners’ Baltimore-area apartment complexes for excessive fees and for rent they were forced to pay over the past decade despite serious maintenance problems in the units. The agreement represents the settlement of a 2019 lawsuit brought against the…

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The Fed Is Wrong Again: Core Inflation Rapidly Rolling Over And Will Drop To 3% By Q1

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The Fed Is Wrong Again: Core Inflation Rapidly Rolling Over And Will Drop To 3% By Q1 The Fed was dead wrong for the past decade in perpetuating QE long after the economic crisis had passed, but especially in 2020 and 2021 when it saw nothing but transitory inflation, and refused to step in an contain soaring prices which we are seeing today everywhere in action. And the Fed is also dead wrong now in its crusade to crush inflation - as it confirmed today when it hiked 75bps and telegraphed another 145bps of rate hikes - even if it…

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UWS Synagogue Refuses to Rent Space to Republican Club for Speech by Election Denier (Stephon Johnson/All)

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Stephon Johnson / All: UWS Synagogue Refuses to Rent Space to Republican Club for Speech by Election Denier  —  The Society for the Advancement of Judaism had rented to the Upper West Side Republican Club before the pandemic, but after Jan. 6 they weren't interested in letting the group return for an event with Dick Morris.

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The 20 most expensive US cities for renters and how much money you need to make to afford to live there

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New York City saw a nearly 21% increase in average rents from 2021.aquaArts studio/Getty Images Researchers at Apartment Guide published a list of the US cities with the most expensive rents. Assuming renters pay under 30% of their income for housing, the list also includes the salaries needed to afford those rents.  New York City topped the list, with Boston and west coast cities rounding out the rest of the top 10.  The rental market is finally cooling down after a recent 20-month surge that happened in response to fading buyer demand, but prices remain out of reach for many…

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Rent agreement in Noida: You can now sign it online; details here

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The move would not only spare tenants and landlords the hassle of going through various departments to get the agreements signed, but also ensure they do not have to pay any commission to brokers. It would also ensure the administration has a proper database of tenants, said an official.

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Housing prices have hit a 30-year high, but don’t expect Congress to help anytime soon

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Senate Majority Leader Chuck SchumerJ. Scott Applewhite/AP There are few homes to buy and rents are soaring, compounding a crisis drawing little attention in Congress. Senate Democrats abandoned affordable housing spending earlier this year. It seems unlikely that Congress will step in anytime soon to provide housing relief for Americans. Last year, Americans could buy a house or rent relatively cheaply due to rock-bottom interest rates and pandemic-era deals meant to fill empty apartments. But that was only a brief reprieve from a housing market crisis brewing in the US for decades. Soaring housing and rent prices made up a large…

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These US Cities Are Seeing Largest Increase In Rent Prices

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These US Cities Are Seeing Largest Increase In Rent Prices Authored by Mary Prenon via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), While New York, California, and Boston continue to be the most expensive rental markets in the country, some unexpected locales have actually experienced the largest increases in one-bedroom apartment prices year-over-year. A "For Rent" sign posted in front of an apartment building in San Francisco, Calif., on June 2, 2021. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Greensboro, North Carolina, sits atop the list with rent increases of 74.2 percent, followed by Newport News, Virginia, at 60.7 percent, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, at 59.8 percent,…

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Cardi B is furious about how expensive everything has gotten: ‘How are people surviving? I want to know.’

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The rapper and songwriter Cardi B.Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP Rapper and songwriter Cardi B complained about inflation, interest rates, and housing prices on Instagram.  She said that "living is unbearable" for people dealing with higher costs.  Even though the housing market has cooled in recent months, prices are still unaffordable, and rent is up. Grammy-winning rapper Cardi B knows that because of inflation, making money moves is getting harder. She said as much on an Instagram Live this weekend, where she explained that inflation and high interest rates are hurting many people's ability to pay their rent or buy a home. "How are people…

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