The latest news on home prices
There are effective savings strategies, even when you’re juggling rent, living expenses, insurance payments and debt payments.
Reality shows about buying a home aren’t always accurate. Here’s what they get right – and wrong.
Things are starting to look up for Americans who lost their homes during the recession.
A tiny 'studio house' in D.C. costs $250,000. A one-bedroom house in Iowa? $10,000.
Property values continue to soar; is another housing bubble forming?
House hunters are eager to jump on prospects, but it could lead to regrets later on.
A popular federal refinancing program will stay around for another two years.
Recent housing affordability is a function of cheap borrowing costs, not fundamentally low home prices.
Investors and home buyers could benefit from a pause in the economic recovery.
Home prices are back at 2003 levels.