Could this be the answer for everyone being priced out of homeownership?
The company has released a version of its dynamic property mapping that works on major listing portals
The Oakland-based company plans to rollout into 40 new US markets by the end of 2018
Plaintiff alleges that Invitation Homes charges an illegal late fee which can stack if tenants aren't careful
The Slack Fund invested in six new startups, among them the property management software company Aptly
Competitiveness in the housing market could make it harder for an aging population to find a small home
Report details accounts of landlords harassing tenants to force them to leave and jacking up rents
The trade association is proposing a 181-unit housing development at the site of its Koreatown headquarters
Rental complexes allegedly refused to rent to individuals based on race and national origin
A new article written by Aurora Snow recounts her issues with landlords. But the law doesn’t prohibit discrimination against occupation — should it?
Dana Power, a former top agent at Town Residential, is also making the move to Corcoran
The high-tech NYC brokerage says it's still searching for individuals to fill vacant CFO and CTO roles
The median value of a US home rose 8% to $213,146 while inventory shrunk by 9%
Proposal would increase rent contributions from tenants using the program, which affects some 4.5 million American families