Zombie Foreclosures Are Haunting Towns Across the United States
One in five homes in the foreclosure process are spooky for a single reason.
Homeowners Increasingly Rely On HELOCs: Have We Learned Our Recession Lessons?
Homeowners continue to flock towards home equity lines of credit even though these financial products played a role in the 2008 housing crash.
Renters Live on Financial Edge But Have More Options Than Homeowners
More than half of renters have no emergency savings, but they're more nimble in a downturn.
Millennials Are Borrowing From Retirement To Finance Home Purchases
Withdrawing money from a retirement account is the quintessential financial no-no, but plenty of consumers are guilty of the mistake.
America's 5 Highest-Risk, Highest-Reward Rental Markets
How'd you like to enjoy 20%, 25% or even 40% gross annual returns on your investments? Take on the risk of high local jobless and rental-vacancy rates and you can.
Airbnb Goes Legit in San Francisco: Progress for the Sharing Economy
Until early October action by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, any owner renting out an Airbnb property was officially in violation of a city ban on under 30-day rentals.
Not Renovating In Time Can Make You House Poor If You're Not Careful
Home improvements are a cost most people forget to factor into their mortgage, but neglect can add up.
You Need to Know This Bright Side to Slower Home Value Gains
Think about a home as being more like a bond than a stock and that makes today's returns look pretty decent.
Most Expensive Neighborhoods for Renters -- And Cheap Alternatives
With an in-city move, you can downsize your rent and upgrade your menu.
Home Prices Hit Some Speed Bumps, S&P Case Shiller Shows
Home prices continue to soften, despite pockets of strength in the labor market and an improving GDP.