Higher rents could be coming to your city if Amazon chooses to establish its new headquarters there.
Top picks offer a piece of warehouses, gas stations, premium hotels and Gotham and West Coast real estate.
The starter home has long been a feature of the American Dream. But as the prices of these modest homes soar amid a chronic housing shortage, some are questioning whether buyers would be better off going for something bigger that will keep them happier longer.
Saving up for a down payment is tougher than ever as home prices rise faster than wages. But buyers are meeting the challenge through old-fashioned saving while also tapping into new and creative sources of financial help.
The fundamentals sound strong but it is always a worthwhile exercise to check the charts and technical indicators.
Millennials have a tough choice to make. If they want a job, they have to move to the city. If they move to the city, they'll probably go broke. Here's the really bad news: that's not going to change any time soon.
Jim Cramer and our other experts look at banks, three sections to trade, and REITs.
One of the few REIT sectors that is actually in positive territory for the year is timber land.
People who carry big financial regrets carry a big burden. It could be a burden they never completely see go away.
My favorites are a combination of cheap valuations, and potential takeover targets.
A look at the charts and indicators will bring in another investment approach to improve our odds of success in this endeavor.
Millennials are flocking to cities like New York, San Francisco and Austin for jobs. But too often they are arriving to find sky-high rents that have put one-bedrooms and even studios out of reach. Enter a wave of start-ups that pair people with roommates.
Consider buying developer stocks if they fall on a strong jobs number Friday due to rate-hike fears.
The labor participation rate, and not the employment number itself, may be the key 8:30 a.m. figure.
Some of these tiny homes are so efficient, beautiful and unique, you might want to move in yourself. Here are some tiny houses worthy of the word 'home.'