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A lease agreement for an apartment building in Houston has a clause that declares "no use of electronics in common areas." Does this sound a little extreme?
Sky Sports is kicking off on Now TV, Sky's online viewing service for those of us without a dish -- bad news for pub landlords.
The new app from Lovely allows would-be renters to see the very latest listings on their iPhone and lets them contact landlords with just a couple of taps.
A woman in an apartment building reportedly complains on her Twitter feed about mold in her apartment. Her landlord sues her for alleged defamation.
A mundane yet momentous tale of how the microblogging service can tell you what's going on when nobody else seems to know. But don't drink the water just because a tweet says it's safe.
Want to find a new place to live? Are you looking for somebody to come rent with you? Meet TenantMarket, a matchmaking service for finding living spaces and tenants to live in them.
Struggling U.S. tech companies are trying to renegotiate leases, seeing rent reductions as a way to free up cash and avoid layoffs.
A new model access agreement to allow easier access by telecom companies to multi-tenant office buildings was released Wednesday by the Real Access Alliance. The draft, on which the alliance is seeking comment, came from a pledge by the alliance and 12 major real estate companies to the Federal Communications Commission to speed up access so tenants could have more choice.
The battle between telecom companies that want to wire multi-tenant buildings for high-speed access and landlords who want to keep them out is heating up.