Real estate has come roaring back, at least for the rich.
The homeownership rate keeps sinking. Now it’s at its lowest level since 1994.
Investment advisers typically measure a client’s degree of risk aversion as part of the process of making investment recommendations and building client portfolios.
It’s the confusing time of the month, when corporations, lobbyists and federal regulators trumpet their stats on home sales and home prices.
Rising real estate prices are largely responsible for an improvement in U.S. household balance sheets.
Improving real estate markets are producing higher property tax bills.
Some homeowners turn to private lenders for help on real estate taxes. But is the cost too high?
How much is a “George Washington slept here” type of reputation worth?
Private funding by the world’s super-rich is resulting in bigger real estate deals.
Creepy statistics about distressed properties might give the market a fright.