There's some good news on the foreclosure front, but they still remain a serious impediment to economic recovery.
When considering whether to buy a new home or a "used" one, taxes, landscaping and even paint should be considered.
Cute, cool, cheap, green. What’s not to like about the new trend of microhomes? Not to rain on the parade, but let’s have a reality check.
Many older Americans are in the market for a home that fits their lifestyle and needs. Here's what they're looking for.
In even the most developed neighborhoods, there’s usually an empty lot sitting idle that begs the question: How much is that “piece of dirt” worth?
Freddie Mac is hinting that government-sponsored home mortgages may soon offer for a big “out” for troubled homeowners – reduced principal on their mortgages.
A tiny Wyoming town with its own trading post, wireless tower and main street will go up for auction on April 5. Here’s how you can get in on the action.
With rents high and home prices at bottom-scraping lows, investing in a rental property seems smart, but has some pitfalls.
The HARP 2.0 refinance program became widely available to underwater homeowners on Monday. Here's how to find out if you're eligble.
Who owns a property and who can take deductions from that property are sometimes two different taxpayers.