Peter Miller is one of many renters from Seattle to New York living in a micro-apartment, though it isn’t size that’s getting them in the door.
In a competitive rental market, it’s no longer effective to go to an apartment showing with only your checkbook, ready to hand in a deposit.
From cost to negotiating with neighbors, here are a few factors to keep in mind when considering whether to purchase a condo.
The key to being a good landlord — and making more money on your rentals — is to have a good working relationship with your tenants.
Here’s what you need to know about jumping into the market at this time of year.
Llike any budget, there could be lots of ways to reduce HOA expenses.
More and more millennials are purchasing luxury properties.
Superstitions won’t sell a home. But if they did, here’s how you’d get lucky in real estate.
You’ve undoubtedly heard about reducing your “risk” in real estate, but have you ever really thought about what that means?
It’s not unusual to make a mistake along the way. But with the financial stakes so high, a false move can end up costing you a lot of money.
Here are some things to keep in mind before throwing your first shindig and opening your living space to the world.
While living above your local grocery store is convenient, mixing businesses with residential units can also present conflicts.
Whether you’re looking for your dream home or an investment property to help build your retirement nest egg, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Here are three reasons why a pre-inspection may be a good idea.
If you do your homework, you’ll keep your offer in the right ballpark and ultimately increase the odds of scoring your dream home at a price that doesn’t make you cringe.