Opinion
Your house is likely your largest asset, so if you’re going to rent it to strangers, it pays to invest in security.
by Hyder Rabbani | Aug 26
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
New research shows that the number of renter households aged 60+ rose 43% in the past decade
by Jim Dalrymple II | Mar 8
Trulia found that 280,000 married households in the US in 2018 had roommates or boarders, double that of 1995
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 14
Agents who want a portfolio of rentals may find success with atypical properties and creative financing solutions
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 31
Could this be the answer for everyone being priced out of homeownership?
by Steve Cook | Jun 14
Dr. Chris Herbert of the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard said 32 out of 100 markets remain below peak prices
by Amber Taufen | Jun 15
Where do buyers have the longest wait times before feeling the financial benefits of homeownership?
by Marian McPherson | Jun 9
From vandalism to foreclosure, just be aware of what you could be getting into
by Anna Johansson | Jun 9
Millennials are seeking out cities with affordable prices -- a good sign
by Alec Slocum | Oct 20
New research from Trulia indicates that would-be buyers are facing affordability problems
by Marian McPherson | Oct 20
New roommates could be one click away – and they're not on Craigslist
by Britt Chester | Sep 20
Rented.com compiled a list of the best and worst cities for short-term rental investments for 2016
by Kimberly Manning | Aug 30
No longer a stopgap on the way to homeownership, apartments are the preference for a mobile generation
by Caren Maio | Aug 30
Two Florida markets, including Tampa, and three Ohio cities have the highest shares of financially qualified renters
by Jennifer Riner | Aug 4