renter


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Synonyms for renter

someone who pays rent to use land or a building or a car that is owned by someone else

an owner of property who receives payment for its use by another person

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Nationwide, the growth in renter incomes has outpaced rent growth for the past few years, causing a decrease in the share of cost burdened renters.
Renter Nation CEO Bill Deegan said that the cable TV offering “contributes to society's unfair negative image of residential renters.
Two entrepreneurs have launched a Web site to connect potential renters with brokers.
Rising rates of foreclosure around the nation also are uprooting large numbers of unsuspecting renters and their families.
As a renter, Younger-Huff felt adequately compensated, but Webster warns, "That was a deal she got because [she had] local community leverage, not because of legal leverage.
Denver Startup Founded on the Premise that "Good Renters Deserve Good Credit"
This state of affairs raises serious questions about the ability of renters to make ends meet, which could have substantial repercussions for the renter population, including falling behind on monthly bills, using risky forms of credit and missing rent payments.
For the $20 renters spend on items such as coffee and streaming video, they can get excellent coverage to help protect their be longings.
However, this coverage usually covers only the minimum financial responsibility limits in the state in which the vehicle is operated, and could be insufficient in the case of a serious liability loss, leaving the renter underinsured.
Most renters don't carry or don't know that there is renter's insurance to protect their personal belongings.
During the period, the median renter household income grew 4.
Nationwide, a renter living alone in a one-bedroom apartment can expect to spend about$1,486per month on rent.
That rule was not followed by the 23-year-old renter who advertised the party at Feinberg's home.
The National Multifamily Housing Council/Kingsley 2017 Renter Preferences Report, the largest-ever survey of apartment renters which includes insights from more than a quarter million respondents, found than renters have a need for connectivity, are interested in where their deliveries will be stored and have an appetite for onsite fitness centers --even if they rarely or never use them.
We will continue to monitor the sentiment of renters closely," said David Brickman, executive vice president of Freddie Mac Multifamily, "but for now it appears renter concerns about household finances and rising rents may be stimulating less interest in buying a home and more on renting one with cost-saving features.