Renters who want to become homeowners may improve their chances of getting a mortgage when their rent payments are reported to the credit bureaus, shows a recent study.
Rates may be low but majority of Americans say housing remains unaffordable.
As housing demand surges, many renters have been priced out of the rental market.
Our debt expert is wary about letting “non-credit” accounts show up on credit reports.
Homeowners who are behind on their mortgage payments have become more optimistic about homeownership.
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Prospective renters found fewer places available for rent in the third quarter. Yet monthly rents barely changed.
The decision to buy instead of rent is easier if you calculate the numbers.
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Since the housing market collapsed, rental demand has increased, along with prices. But how much would you pay to live in a premier property? The owners of the tallest residential building in the Western hemisphere, in Lower Manhattan, are betting renters will pay up to $60,000 per month. That’s right: per month. The 76-story building,