Busting the Homeownership Wealth-Building Myth: Renters Get Richer
Report finds more than half of homeowners would have built wealth faster by renting and investing the difference.
Millennials Have Higher Homeownership Rates in These Two Cities
41% of property owners report an increase in the number of Millennials renting, but there are some exceptions.
The True Reason the U.S. Housing Market Is Down, Down, Down
The American housing market is all in the toilet -- but that's not a bad thing.
Wages Fail to Keep Up with Rising Housing Costs: Consumers Can't Afford to Own -- or Rent
For consumers willing and able to relocate, here are the cities with lower home prices and more affordable rentals.
Why the U.S. Housing Market Is In the Toilet: Bathrooms Are Key to Sales
While people rarely talk about toilets, the number of lavatories has a huge impact on property value and sales. These communities are king.
Federally Backed Loans: Is the FHA a Lender of Last Resort?
The government wants you to buy a home. That's why the FHA offers programs to help people get their foot into the door of the housing market.
Housing Activists Claim Airbnb Cuts Into Affordable Apartment Inventory in Manhattan
Downtown and Hell's Kitchen Account for 30% of New York Apartments Booked on AirBnB
As High-End Ski Home Sales Boom, Colo. Can Look Down on the Rest
For the world's wealthiest citizens, a ski home is a key component of a global property portfolio. It's an investment as well as family getaway.
Recession Actually Helped Certain Homeowners: Those With ARMs
Adjustable-rate mortgages have a less than stellar reputation, but a deeper look reveals ample benefits under the right circumstances.
You Can Still Find "No Money Down" Mortgages, But Are They Worth the Risk?
Many associate the 100 percent mortgage with the housing bubble. However, these products are still around; Are they right for you?