Why People Keep Buying Homes in These 5 Big Cities With the Worst Weather
See people tromping through six-foot snow to look at a historic Massachusetts home and understand that bad weather doesn't automatically mean a poor real-estate market.
Why Americans Move Closer to Their Jobs or Neighborhoods Where They Can Walk
Americans still believe that the location of their home ranks at the top of the list.
Tax Tips and Breaks for New Homeowners: Deductions and Incentives to Consider
Considering making a move to a home of your own? Your timing may be perfect.
How to Get the Mortgage Down Payment Help Available to 87% of Homes
It's easier than you think to get mortgage down payment help that could unlock a door into the residential real estate market for people previously locked out.
5 Cities With Best Weather Include One With Homes Selling Below Median
If snow and cold have you down, here's a look at five real estate communities with the best weather among America's largest cities.
Reverse Mortgage Rules Become More Like Regular Mortgages in March
Starting March 2, borrowers will have to show they have the resources to keep up with property taxes and homeowner's insurance premiums.
It's a Good Time to Become Landlord, Get That Passive Income Rolling In
Nobody is saying being a landlord is easy, what with late-night calls about bursting pipes or police coming for big parties, but it can be lucrative.
To Mortgage Applicants, Increasingly It’s Go Digital or Go Home
Americans are increasingly running the entire mortgage processes online. Here's why, and some tips on how.
What If Wall Street Dumps Its U.S. Housing Investments?
Firms have generally said they plan to hold onto their purchases and lease them out, but one analyst sees value that could make it virtually impossible to resist selling.
Low-End Housing Boost Means Millennials Moving Out of the Basement
More lower-end home sellers help meet demand from entry-level buyers, then re-enter the market in search of a slightly pricier homes.