New sites are popping up that allow parents to rent toys for their children, instead of buying them.
A San Jose man was stunned to see what a previous owner of his minivan apparently left behind: $500,000 worth of cocaine jammed in the door panels.
A new report shows Bay Area rents – especially in the South Bay And Peninsula – are climbing quickly.
An Oakland company that touts itself as part of the solution to the mortgage crisis is buying up distressed homes, fixing them up, and renting them out at market rates. Renters who complete a year or more of successfully renting a home may have a chance to buy it.
A woman whose home was recently vandalized by a short-term renter she found through Airbnb.com was probably violating city laws that prohibit a residence from being used as a hotel, city officials said.
Trulia.com will now post advisories on all its rental ads warning about scamming tactics. It will also require more identifying information from individuals posting apartment rentals.
Movie rentals are coming to Facebook. Warner Bros. said it is testing a service that will offer select movies for purchase or rental through the public pages of these movies on the world’s largest online social network.
People who subscribe to Amazon.com’s premium membership will now be able to watch movies over the Internet, just as they can through Netflix.
Officials in San Jose are hoping changes that they have made will stimulate housing development citywide.
It was a great day to be a Netflix shareholder, but not a good one to be a Netflix subscriber hoping to watch a movie through the company’s service.