Not all homes are equal, and don't sell equally well either. So what features can make or break the sale? Here's what recent data showed about how much of a difference the most popular features can make in selling a home.
The homeownership rate among veterans far outpaces that of civilians, according to Veterans United Home Loans. However, active duty military personnel often face challenges, due in large part to deployments. But there is good news for the nation's heros.
Buyers and sellers often have to hire a contractor to do work on a home. But who do you hire and where do you look? Here are some tips that can help you avoid problems down the line.
Home prices are up, but many homeowners who have considered selling are deciding not to because they are caught in an affordability squeeze that is compounded by a lack of inventory.
View the major hurdles to homeownership for Gen Y.
Spring and summer mean warmer weather and increased home sales, according to C.A.R. data. However, a new Experian survey suggests many homebuyers dread the process because they're unaware of their credit scores.
With interest rates and home prices rising in the first half of 2015, housing affordability remains an issue for many would-be buyers.
Most vs. least likely to buy for the first time, by generation.