You'd think that rising prices would inspire homeowners to put their homes on the market, but more than money is behind the current shortage of homes for sale.
Homebuyers are acquiring properties and turning a profit by renting them to seniors.
With brands such as Century 21 and Coldwell Banker, this firm is poised for gains in the housing recovery.
This new -- and growing -- clientele is a boon for planners, photographers, hotels, caterers and more. 'It's a big business.'
This mortgage REIT's preferred stock offers an attractive yield and little downside risk.
The housing rebound is putting more of these residences on the market, which is making test kits a growth industry.
If you're in a far-off suburb more than 45 minutes from a major city, there's a strong chance your area is losing population.
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