Five common expenses are on the rise. Learn what to expect, and how to minimize the impact on your budget.
Many soon-to-be retirees are about to enter a new world of both home selling and buying.
We asked a few financial bloggers to share their experiences and advice on the expenses of buying and owning homes.
As the housing market continues to stabilize, you might be thinking more seriously about purchasing a home, right? Here are some reasons why it’s (still) a good idea to get off the fence — sooner, rather than later.
Real estate investor and Zillow Blog contributor Leonard Baron answers questions from readers regarding buying, selling and investing.
Owning a condo has many of the same benefits of owning a single-family home. But there are some rules and restrictions boomers and millennials alike often face when going the condo route.
Many issues come along with owning a student rental, and you should really think them through before you get yourself a “tough and expensive” college lesson of your own.
Establishing your most important criteria upfront will help you stay on track as you move through the home buying process.
If you’ve been out there house hunting, you’re likely aware of the many challenges and obstacles that come with the territory.
If you’re a buyer and you find yourself in love with a home alongside three, five or 10 other buyers, a letter can help. But don’t simply dash one off without giving it some thought, or you’ll be wasting your time.
In markets full of investors and people buying homes with cash, buyers who have to borrow can feel disadvantaged. Here’s advice from agents on how to stay competitive, even if you have to take out a loan.
We looked at the 30 largest metros to determine where cash deals accounted for the least home sales in Q1.
It’s smart to think things through and take the walk-through seriously. Don’t see it as simply checking a box.
When you are in the market, be open to being creative, take the sole focus off the price and consider the seller’s entire sale situation.
From time to time, a buyer can unintentionally make the buying process more difficult, much to the agent’s frustration.