Autumn Woods Apartments


Autumn Woods Apartments is listed in the Property Management category in Fairfield, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Autumn Woods Apartments which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Autumn Woods Apartments on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 96.

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1111 Alaska Ave
Fairfield, CA 94533
(707) 425-5063
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RENTCafé shared a link.
We earn less than men, and that means we have less to spend on housing.

RENTCafé shared El Paso Herald-Post's post.
Singles have a hard time escaping #rent #burden in almost every major city in the country, but for women it’s far worse.
Male renters in El Paso have no trouble paying rent, without raising any affordability questions; renting on a woman’s paycheck in El Paso on the other hand translates into a 44% rent burden.
While women continue to earn considerably less than men all across the U.S., the gender pay gap also has a major impact on women's...

RENTCafé shared Curbed NY's post.
Neighborhoods like Jackson Heights, New York and Williamsburg, Brooklyn are seeing the biggest influxes of wealthy renters.
The rent may be too damn high, but there are plenty of New Yorkers who are willing to pay those astronomical prices, according to a new study.

Great article about New York apartments by The Guardian citing RENTCafé:
Ollie says its apartments help reduce carbon emissions by housing twice as many people than a traditional building. But is more urban density the answer?

RENTCafé shared Raleigh Public Record's post.
Indulge your year-end nostalgia with our time-lapse photo gallery showing Raleigh’s evolution over the past century:
North Carolina. Late 18th Century. A number of cities were in contention for selection as the State Capital; the area which eventually became...