7 Tips For Planning The Perfect Casino Night Fundraiser

Casino Party

So, you’ve been asked to lead the fundraising efforts for your child’s eighth grade class trip to Washington D.C. Now what? Sure, you could have your child peddle candy bars or magazine subscriptions or popcorn in front of the neighborhood grocery or even door-to-door, but it seems like every kid is selling something these days. […]

Rental Construction Shows No Signs of Slowing

Apartment Construction

Although it’s been roughly six years or so since the U.S. economy tanked, recovery has been slow, unemployment numbers remain high, and wage growth has been modest. As a result, more Americans are choosing (or left with no other option but) to rent rather than buy their homes. An increased demand for rental units has led to a boom […]

Rent (or Buy) a Former Cy Young Winner’s Home

Barry Zito Home

Every once in awhile, we’ll post an article on a celebrity who has decided to put their home on the market or has purchased new digs somewhere in the world. The most recent big name to decide to part ways with a piece of real estate is former American League Cy Young Winner Barry Zito.  News […]

Rub-a-Dub-Dub! Tips for Choosing a Walk-in Tub

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While traditional tubs have their benefits – they’re perfect for babies, puppies, and relaxation – they can be tough to get in and out of, especially for those dealing with mobility issues. The solution? A walk-in tub. Featuring a watertight, hinged door that “provides a much lower threshold to step over”, walk-in tubs can range […]

Top 7 Killer Insider Tips from Trade Show Exhibitors

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  Are you a small company looking to build visibility and credibility? Do you have a new product you can’t wait to share with potential customers? A trade show might be just what you need. Before you decide to register, however, you might want to spend a few minutes reading through the list of lessons […]

$1M Parking Spots Hit the Market in NYC

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  There was a time not too long when a million dollars could buy you a pretty nice place in New York City. Now, a million dollars will get you just a parking spot. According to a recent article in the New York Times, a new development in the Big Apple at 42 Crosby Street […]

Tips for Moving to the Big City

Los Angeles, California

After years of toiling away in college, you’ve earned your degree and just landed a big time job in the big city. After all the hard work you’ve put in over the past four years, moving should be the easy part, right? Not exactly. From finding an apartment to fit your budget to packing up your stuff to hauling […]

Own a Storage Facility? Make Sure You’re Covered

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Over the past couple of years, I’ve written several articles directed at individuals looking to rent a space to store their stuff. Whether it is a pair of empty nesters looking to downsize, a young adult getting ready to set off for college, or a family looking to eliminate some clutter, each is looking for a place to store their belongings for certain […]

Top 5 Questions to Ask Before Reserving a Vacation Rental

Beautiful House

Although summer is probably the most popular season to take a vacation, there are plenty of reasons to books some time away in the fall. From cooler temperatures to discounts on everything from hotel rooms to golf packages, the autumn season is a great time to explore a new city or get out of town. […]

Top 5 Classic Christmas Movies To Watch This Holiday

Christmas Vacation movie

The good thing about holiday movies is that there’s something for everybody. Do you love Christmas? You’re covered. Loathe the holiday season? Got that covered, too. Somewhere out there is a movie that fits your mood. Rent It Today has picked out some of the essential classics that cover a variety of genres but all […]