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The most popular area for millennial home buyers is the Boise Bench, according to local real-estate agents.

Boise, Idaho has been named the best place to buy a house in 2019. These are the 3 hottest areas to buy in, according to local real-estate agents.

The median home price in Boise is $349,900, a fraction of the median price in cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Seattle.
Rents are rising in unexpected places.

The 25 US cities where rent is increasing the fastest, ranked

We teamed up with Zillow to find the 25 cities that are seeing the fastest increase in median rent, and most weren't our usual big-city contenders.
First-time homeowners are most at risk of overpaying on their house.

The biggest signs you’re overpaying on a house — and 5 ways to avoid it

First-time homebuyers are more likely to overpay on their house. Here are the warning signs to avoid overpaying.

7 pieces of homebuying advice you can’t afford to ignore

Heed this advice and you'll avoid some expensive mistakes in the homebuying process.
There's a better place to put your money to maximize returns.

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.
If the listing price seems exceptionally high or low, do more research.

5 warning signs a real-estate deal is too good to be true

You get what you pay for, especially when it comes to homebuying. These red flags may mean a real-estate deal isn't everything it seems to be.
The best neighborhood will eventually spread out.

Forget buying the cheapest house on the best street — a real-estate exec says there’s a smarter move to make

The CEO of the real-estate brokerage Douglas Elliman says it's better to buy outside the best neighborhood. Here's how to spot an up-and-coming location.
"Time is the last luxury," says NYC real estate broker Leonard Steinberg.

Uber and Lyft are changing where rich people buy homes in New York City

Wealthy New York City homebuyers have turned "neighborhood agnostic," according to luxury real estate broker Leonard Steinberg.