A Fannie Mae survey shows general optimism among buyers, sellers, and some say 'a corner has been turned.'
Buy a home without an inspection and it could wind up costing you -- lots. Maybe there's a middle path.
A full 90% of renters in a survey want to own instead as soon as they can, and they're smart to do so.
After years of poor sales, shouldn't there be a flood of potential sellers rushing to market?
Home sellers: Do It now. Buyers: You can wait.
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.