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Reverse mortgages should be seen as a financial planning tool, not a product of last resort, says lender.
In cities including San Jose, Calif., Nashville, Tenn., Houston and Washington, D.C., revenue from real-estate levies has set records, or is poised to.
Investments in REITs and business development companies are growing rapidly, according to a trade organization.
A New York landlord led by Nicholas Schorsch became the first publicly traded real estate company focused solely on the city with its listing on the New York Stock Exchange today.
The economics of mobile home, which are in high demand by those still reeling from the recession, have become alluring to those who've made their living in the markets.
Fixed indexed annuities may be one alternative for the new investor looking for an alternative to the traditional 60/40 split, says a Genworth executive.
Restrictive rules risk damaging resale values.
U.S. baby boomers desperate for retirement income are increasingly turning back to a financial product that, after the housing bust, had been left for dead: the reverse mortgage.
Bipartisan Senate legislation would wind down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in five years and in the interim would maintain the current arrangement in which the mortgage financiers pay all of their...
Blackstone Group LP is slowing its purchases of houses to rent amid soaring prices after a buying binge made it the biggest U.S. single-family home landlord.
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