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In its largest financial fraud claim ever, Virginia says 13 bank units misled the state’s retirement system about the sale of residential mortgage-backed securities.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the U.S. economic rebound has been hindered by a slump in the construction industry.
Investors are putting money into real estate companies outside the U.S. at a record pace as interest rates recede, economies expand and opportunities remain to buy assets at discounts.
Financial planners do clients a great service by helping them assess various housing choices, says columnist Dan Moisand.
Charles Bobrinskoy has positioned his fund to benefit when inflation heats up.
The median down payment for the cheapest 25 percent of properties sold in 2013 was $9,480 compared with $6,037 in 2007.
In a world where people collect too much stuff, the hottest REITs in an already hot REIT market are self-storage trusts.
Home ownership won't drive the economy the way it used to as renters rule and more millennials reject ownership, DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach predicts.
New York REIT Inc., led by Nicholas Schorsch, agreed to pay $335 million for a two-building property that’s home to Twitter's East Coast headquarters.
Young professionals are paying top-market rents and sacrificing living space to live in new upscale apartment towers sprouting in Nashville and other downtowns across the country.
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