Nonetheless, many renters doubt they'll ever own a home, according to a survey by the New York Federal Reserve
by Andrea V. Brambila | May 24
A study conducted for a new initiative, called Health Begins with Home, finds medical treatment is delayed or skipped by tenants who pay too much for their housing
by Lew Sichelman | Apr 9
Livly recently raised $10M in seed funding and wants to get into hundreds of thousands of apartments by end of 2019
by Jim Dalrymple II | Mar 22
Avoid getting into a contract with tenants from hell
by Pat Hiban | Feb 25
Bank of America’s latest homebuyer insight report reveals single women place higher value on homeownership
by Lew Sichelman | Nov 23
More than 1 in 4 aren’t confident they’d be able to meet an unexpected expense of just $400
by Lew Sichelman | Nov 7
38% of renters say they plan to buy, but cost myths are holding them back, according to Bank of America survey
by Lew Sichelman | Oct 17
Agents in NYC, Chicago and Fargo show how a little guidance and education can lift renters to homeownership
by Marian McPherson | Oct 9
The Emerald City ranked first in economic strength and access to quality education and healthcare
by Marian McPherson | Jul 24
LeFrak joined Jetty's Series A round and will introduce its products across its multifamily buildings
by Emma Hinchliffe | Feb 7
But a lack of affordable housing is holding them back from purchasing a home
by Marian McPherson | Feb 7
In a quest to become the Zillow of rentals, Apartment List will display more listings from individual owners—not just giant apartment complexes
by Emma Hinchliffe | Jan 18
Three activist groups say institutional investors have turned the American Dream into a 'nightmare' and are 'price-gouging' tenants with tactics reminiscent of payday lenders
by Teke Wiggin | Jan 17
'Too many prospective first-time buyers see few options within their budget,' says NAR chief economist
by Marian McPherson | Dec 20
Fast-growing apartment rental marketplace makes deal with Move Inc.
by Gill South | Dec 6