I currently live with my partner (we aren’t married) in a condo that I purchased before I met him.
I scaled upwards with the New York Times Real Estate section as my harness, a city map as my ropes, and some shady mortgage brokers as my crampons.
First, you need to make sure the house is overpriced — otherwise this won’t work.
Marian (not her real name) is a 32-year-old administrative assistant in Seattle.
My bedroom was one of two beds in the common area, and two other roommates shared a private room.
Many short-term rentals in Shanghai, Toronto, and beyond.