Some homeowners, including empty nesters and retirees ready to downsize, might profit from renting out their high-end home for a premium and moving into a less expensive apartment.
Relocating may seem easier if you live as you did in your old neighborhood, but whether or not money is a concern, it's better to rent before you buy in a new city. Here are three reasons why.
There is some positive news from the national housing market, but younger consumers aren’t the ones benefiting.
In this housing market, it makes more sense to buy a new home than rent a place, as long as you can get a loan.
Condos have always been the way to go if you’re looking for a carefree lifestyle, but condo association fees, taxes and insurance costs can end any vacation prematurely. Here’s what you should know.
ental prices are steadily increasing as families and individuals continue to lean towards renting rather than owning in the aftermath of the housing market’s collapse.
Whether you're leasing a home or sharing an apartment with roommates, it pays to know the rules of the renting game.
As more foreclosed homeowners turn to rentals for a place to hang their hat, they’re finding an unexpected ally in landlords, who are giving them a second chance despite their ravaged credit scores.
An uneven recovery means that in some cities prices have hit bottom and it’s time to buy, but in others there’s a way yet to go.
The sour economy is pushing affluent Americans out of expensive mortgages and into rental agreements – and many seem happy in the bargain.