It's Now a Renter's Market

Across the U.S., desperate landlords are coming up with novel ways to attract new tenants and retain old ones

Amy Gips loves her one-bedroom apartment in a swank Manhattan building that features a gym, golf simulator, yoga studio, and massage rooms. But she no longer feels she can justify paying $4,400 a month in rent, especially now that her ex-boyfriend has moved out.

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