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More Americans opted to rent rather than buy a house, government data shows.
Fewer available properties, higher prices and still-tight credit are hurdles for some customers as first-time buyers remain reluctant to enter the market.
More baby boomers and millennials are being forced to rent homes, Paradigm Financial says.
2015 could be the first year in a while where global diversification rewards investors, Schwab's chief investment strategist Liz Ann Sonders said.
A Chinese developer is planning a 95-story condominium tower for the Jersey City, N.J., waterfront that would be the state's tallest building and aimed at those priced out of Manhattan.
Mortgage-focused real estate investment trusts are backing loans to Americans who don’t meet banks’ requirements.
A quarter of a million Americans who have been shut out of the housing recovery may be able to get a mortgage now that President Barack Obama has cut the cost to insure their loans.
When lower Manhattan’s new World Trade Center was conceived a decade ago, nobody had in mind a Silicon Valley in the sky.
Wainscott Capital Management's founder was shot in the head and killed at his apartment in Manhattan yesterday, prompting investigators to seek his son, according to the NYPD.
U.S. renters paid $441 billion for apartments as fewer Americans owned their homes and landlords with tight inventories raised leasing charges, Zillow says.
The question for advisors is how best to choose the right managers.
Donor-advised funds can help facilitate the conversion of appreciated assets into tax-effective charitable contributions.
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