Jane Hodges cut her journalistic teeth writing about business for publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fortune, Advertising Age, Small Business Computing, and, for a brief beautiful time in the 1990s, all of the "dot-com" publications--Business 2.0, The Industry Standard, Inside.com, and so forth. After a decade in New York, she moved to Seattle in 2002, searching for rain, coffee, life balance, and real estate. In addition to writing for national publications, she also writes for The Seattle Times and other local publications. Her essays have appeared in Seal Press anthologies and her short stories have appeared in literary journals.
Jane's latest book is "Rent Vs. Own - A Real Estate Reality Check for Navigating Booms, Busts, and Bad Advice." To learn more, visit www.RentVsOwn.net.