The transition from renter to homebuyer is a big one.
Rising wages, loosening credit standards and demographic shifts are all creating momentum for owning rather than renting.
If you're thinking of selling your home, this is probably a question you've been asking yourself - and your real estate agent.
Renting has long been the traditional first-step toward home ownership and, in later life, a lifestyle-simplifying option for long-term property owners intent on liberating equity.
Some homes in west Louisville cost just $1 -- and the city is working to generate interested buyers.
A rise in the thermometer across much of the country last week may have been just the remedy for an ailing mortgage market.
Homebuilder sentiment falls 1 point in April, as builders cite rising costs for materials.
The hottest rentals around aren't necessarily those gleaming high-rises with doormen and valets, Olympic-size pools, climbing walls, and happy hour. Instead, single-family homes are seeing the biggest spike in popularity.
Demand for mortgages weakened last week, despite a brief respite from rising interest rates.
Just when you thought the housing market couldn’t get any hotter, the prospect of rising mortgage rates had buyers even more frenzied in March, according to a report out Friday.
Generally, DIY can save homeowners money. However, some projects are simply too complex, involve too much risk and require too much specialty knowledge for homeowners to DIY.
Total mortgage application volume fell 3.3 percent last week from the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Rising home values are making homeowners richer, a lot richer.