Younger adults in America want to buy a house, but barriers keep getting in the way of them actually buying a new home.
Unreasonable fees are more than just a drain on your finances. They're insulting; the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face.
Have a hard time letting go of stuff you own? Renting storage space may be necessary, but many spend thousands to keep stuff they don't really care about.
People rent homes, cars and movies because not everyone has a bank account with unlimited funds. What's more, renting and returning may be a better option.
You'll pay an awful lot to have the bathroom all to yourself. Use these tactics to make the solo life more affordable.
Home rental prices are climbing across much of the United States -- with the biggest gains coming from not from New York or San Francisco but other locales.
Prepare to work a lot of hours if you hope to afford a decent apartment on a low wage. Find out how your state rates.
You may own your home, but your HOA calls most of the shots. Here's what's going on behind the scenes -- and what residents think of it all.
Renters, not only are you not throwing money away; you might just be the financially smartest kids on the block.
Millennials who are renting for the first time can face thousands of dollars in unexpected expenses.
Moving into your first real apartment has lots of unanticipated expenses that can blow up a young consumer's attempt to budget responsibly.
Home rental prices climb at a modest pace in December, but rapidly escalating costs in some cities suggest apartment dwellers are facing financial pressure.
A long-term lease option is an alternative to foreclosure or a short sale for homeowners who are underwater or near it and forced to sell.
Not every purchase works out the way you want. You can reduce the likelihood of wanting a refund if you analyze a little (and, yes, this requires math).
Renters, often pushed out of homes by foreclosures, are more financially fragile than homeowners, a new study finds.
I cannot stomach the thought - or the costs - of being an accidental landlord anymore. That's why I sold my rental house for a big loss.
Millennials with minimal savings look to alternative approaches to home ownership, such as single-family rentals and hybrid contracts such as lease-to-own.
During the Great Recession, many advisers suggested renting a home and investing the money set aside for a down payment in equities. They're wrong.