The height of real estate season is underway. If you’re in the market for a new place, these tips can help you avoid regret later.
Deciding where to live -- and with whom -- can have a huge effect on how much money you have left to enjoy the urban amenities all around you.
Cosmopolitan tastes of younger Americans and the lingering trauma of recession are changing attitudes about what makes a great place to live.
Renting a home at your destination often makes sense, but scammers can turn your dreamed-of vacation into a big disappointment. Here's what to look for -- along with 4 potential signs of trouble.
A foreclosure specialist tells where mom-and-pop investors can still buy homes for cheap and rent them out for a sizable profit.
There is no simple answer to this question. But 2 important considerations are time -- how long you plan to live in the home -- and money.
A new survey says that 26% of renters didn't get their deposits returned when they moved out. Don't let this happen to you.
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