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Astrology at Home: Gemini as a Roommate

A Facebook messenger screenshot went viral this year when someone rejected a potential roommate because they were a Capricorn. Astrologers recoiled and spoke up against “using astrology for evil.” But what does a professional astrologer have to say about how each sign acts as a roommate? Randon Rosenbohm breaks do...

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7 Celebrities You Didn't Know Were Landlords

When a person becomes famous, they often also become very wealthy. Since nothing says “I’m rich!” quite like collecting property, sometimes these celebrities end up with more homes than they know what to do with—and end up renting them out. This week, people on Twitter became aware en masse that Hannibal Buress is...

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How to Submit to Rental Histories

What is Rental Histories? Being a renter can feel like a contradiction. Sure, it’s a deeply intimate experience—your apartment is where you live, after all. But at the end of the day, you don’t own the place. You’re eventually going to move on, whether that’s in a few months or a few years. With Rental Histories...

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The Marketer Who's Rented in Brooklyn, Chicago, and Indiana

If you’re like us here at Caretaker, you probably don’t have a lot to remember your last apartment by (other than a couple hundred dollars of the security deposit you never got back). That's what Rental Histories is for: a column to reminisce about the places you’ve temporarily called home. Today on Rental Histor...

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Astrology at Home: Taurus as a Roommate

A Facebook messenger screenshot went viral this year when someone rejected a potential roommate because they were a Capricorn. Astrologers recoiled and spoke up against “using astrology for evil.” But what does a professional astrologer have to say about how each sign acts as a roommate? Randon Rosenbohm breaks do...

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How to Get Your Entire Security Deposit Back in New York

Fun fact: 80% of moves in the United States take place between April and September, a.k.a. peak moving season. Which means, statistically speaking, there’s a good chance you’re moving apartments in the next week. Another fun fact: Moving costs money. Getting your entire security deposit back can pad your bank acc...

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