It is not an easy decision in the best of economies, and these days buying or renting decisions are even more complicated than in the past. Weigh all of the financial, job-related, and personal preference factors.
Let's face it, we're a consumer society, and much of our consumption over the past decades has been financed with debt.
U.S. banks are seeing some of the lowest loss rates of the past six years on commercial real estate and construction loans, boosting their case for ...
The ebb and flow of nature, economic base and the passage of time are always ripe for observation. Below, take note of one walk's illustration of two towns, their edges and the spaces between.
Considering the amount of money involved in a home purchase, as well as the overall feeling of achievement and security associated with ownership, it's no surprise that emotions run high on both sides during a sale.
While there's no right answer -- every company's needs are different -- there are certain advantages to each that, when carefully analyzed with the help of a commercial broker, can help steer businesses toward the best option.
The vacancy rate for single-family homes increased in 2013 and remains well above bubble and pre-bubble levels.
Although slightly fewer young adults are living in their parents' homes, don't get too excited. Fewer are heading their own households, and the true young adult homeownership rate slipped in 2014.
While some households and neighborhoods have recovered from the recession, most black and Latino households and neighborhoods are still waiting to recover.