Buying a house? The break-even point on that investment could be anywhere from two years to 5.2 years.
As some experts warn about a new housing bubble, it's important to make buying decision more rational.
After the housing and mortgage crisis of the past few years, you'd think people would know better.
A full 60% of homeowners in a poll say they made at least one mistake.
Hitting 100,000 on the odometer matters much less than it used to -- except to some used-car buyers.
It's not a buyer's market anymore, and that means you need to think ahead to beat the other budding homeowners.
A kid needs credit, but there's a right way to send them off into the world of spending and a wrong way.
First, though, you should ask whether you even want a home now.
At the moment, higher-valued homes are more affordable because interest on mortgages is lower. But for how long?
Rising home prices and speedier sales make short-term adjustable-rate mortgages better for borrowers.