Yield-hungry investors might be wise to take another look at an asset class many have shunned in recent years.
Now that the economy allows the question in the first place: condo or single-family home?
In life insurance, there's actually a fairly simple way to decide which policy is better for you -- and when.
Sellers digging in their heels in hopes of getting top dollar need to study the market a bit more.
The average home sold for 98.3% of the asking price in December, up from 97.1% in January 2011.
Because flowers aren't all that's sure to pop up once the snow melts.
First up, of course, is figuring out whether you should (or can) sell your home at all.
Cash is pouring into money market funds run by brokerages and mutual fund companies, but yours shouldn't.
With today's low starting rates, a borrower's future ARM rates would likely never go too high.
Borrower years into 30-year mortgages are taking out new 30-year loans. That just adds years of payments.