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A financial planner on the verge of regret after buying her first apartment remembered a key piece of money advice from her grandfather
At 23 years old, Bobbi Rebell purchased her first apartment in New York City. When prices fell shortly after, she feared she got a bad deal.
Forget New York — millennials are better off in these 30 US cities, where they’re paid well and can afford to buy a home
Millennials are settling down in the suburbs. Realtor.com complied a list of popular, affordable zip codes for millennials to house hunt in.
To buy a house, you should first team up with a trustworthy real estate agent and make sure your credit is in good shape.
Forget San Francisco and New York — millennials prefer these 9 smaller cities with ‘extremely low home prices’ and robust local econ...
Millennials are putting down roots near smaller, more affordable US metros, according to a new Realtor.com ranking of the hottest ZIP codes.
Using data from Q1 2019, mortgage site HSH calculated what you'll need to earn to buy a median-priced home in 50 of the most populated metro areas.
Despite rock-bottom mortgage rates, homebuying stalled in April. It shows how the housing recovery has left many out in the cold.
Home-buying is still a challenge for a large slice of American consumers and could put limits on the housing sector's growth potential.
Heed this advice and you'll avoid some expensive mistakes in the homebuying process.
Rich millennials are buying vacation homes before starter homes. There are 3 things you should consider before buying one, says a financial expert.
There are three main reasons why people consider buying a vacation home, according to financial expert Jean Chatzky. Here's what you should know first.
How much you need to save for a down payment depends on the price of the house. Here's how much that is right now in 20 different cities.
A self-made millionaire who retired at 37 says buying a home was ‘probably the worst financial decision’ he ever made
If you're angling for the biggest return on your money, it's clear that homeownership is not the way to go.