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A protester holds a sign during a rally by government workers and concerned citizens against the government shutdown on Friday, January 11, 2019.

Federal workers affected by the government shutdown have more than $400 million in mortgage and rent payments due this month, and it could cause chaos...

The government shutdown could start having an impact on the housing market as furloughed employees owe $400 million in mortgage and rent payments.
Many restaurants are changing the way they serve their customers.

San Francisco is so expensive that waiters can no longer afford to live in the city, and it’s changing the way restaurants are serving food and ...

San Francisco restaurants and bars have had to change how they serve customers because rent in the city is too high for most waiters and bartenders.
If you're spending more than 30% of your income on rent, consider a move to one of these cities.

Experts say ‘affordable’ rent costs 30% of your monthly income. Here are the US cities where people can actually pay that.

You won't find notoriously expensive cities like New York or San Francisco on the list.
Amazon's second headquarters could drive up rental costs in New York and Washington, DC.

Renters in New York and Washington could pay upward of $200 more annually if Amazon splits its new headquarters between the 2 cities

In the Washington, DC, area, Amazon's headquarters could cause rents to increase by as much as 1.1%, twice the rate projected without the new HQ.

How much it costs to rent a 2-bedroom apartment in the 25 biggest US cities right now, ranked

Apartment List reports the median cost of rent for a two-bedroom apartment every month in the largest cities in the United States. A two-bedroom apartment in San Francisco is almost double rent for a two-bedroom in Los Angeles in October.
San Francisco is on the list.

The 16 cities where Americans struggle the most to pay rent

Home prices have been rising faster than incomes, and builders aren't able to keep up with the demand for affordable housing. In Los Angeles for example, rent costs more than 100% of the typical income for the lowest-earning residents.
Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard J. Tyson at a farmers market in Maryland.

The CEO of a company often called the future of healthcare explains why health insurers want to cover your rent

Healthcare companies are starting to get more involved in the "social determinants of health," the external factors like your environment or socioeconomic status. Bernard J. Tyson, the CEO of Kaiser Permanente said companies like his are in the best place to take on these programs.
"Stability is a blessing, Instability is a calamity," reads graffiti on a wall in Yarkand, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, September 20, 2012.

A Chinese landlord was arrested on terror charges for renting out his home to ethnic minority Muslims

A Chinese landlord was arrested on terror charges for renting out his home to ethnic minority Uighurs — though there is no official prohibition under the country's counterterrorism law against renting property to Uighurs.
Williamsburg rents are falling ahead of the L train shutdown.

The impending L-train apocalypse has rents in Williamsburg plunging

Ahead of the L-train shutdown, landlords in Williamsburg, in Brooklyn, are having to offer sweeter incentives to attract new residents and encourage their tenants to renew leases. The conduit between Brooklyn and Manhattan will be closed for 15 months to repair damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.
Four cities in California made the list.

The salary you need to comfortably afford a 2-bedroom apartment in the 25 biggest US cities

SmartAsset found the cost of a two-bedroom apartment in 25 cities across the US and how much income is needed to afford rent there. The study calculates how much a renter would need to earn to spend no more than 28% of their income on rent.