Is this a double-dip housing recession? When will values rise again?
If you believe some of these oft-repeated financial tips, you may also believe that a watermelon will grow in your stomach if you swallow a seed.
Plenty of calculators around the Web are supposed to help you decide whether to rent or buy. There's only one problem: They probably won't help much.
Gallup poll also reveals that 42% are worried that their own house will lose value.
A reader poses that question. How would you respond?
2010 sees home prices sink by $1.7 trillion. Falling taxes deprive communities of crucial services.
A Washington, D.C., area couple would like to buy a home, but saving for a 20% down payment would require great sacrifice.
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