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How to Invest in Real Estate: Buying vs. Not Buying Property

How to Invest in Real Estate: Buying vs. Not Buying Property

Investing in real estate can mean dozens of different things. Here's what to know about how to invest while buying property and how to invest without buying property.

Zillow Group Rises on Analyst's Upgrade to 'Buy'

Zillow Group Rises on Analyst's Upgrade to 'Buy'

Shares of class A and C stock were trading higher on Nasdaq following an upgrade by Guggenheim Securities, thanks largely to success of the company's 'Offers' program.

What Is a Jumbo Loan?

What Is a Jumbo Loan?

Jumbo loans are worth more money and thus are harder to obtain. Here's the skinny on jumbos, with tips on how to land one.

How to Buy a House With Bad Credit

How to Buy a House With Bad Credit

Buying a house with bad credit may sound challenging but is easier than you think. Follow these helpful tips on how to buy a house with bad credit today.

D.R. Horton Puts Up a Solid Quarter

D.R. Horton Puts Up a Solid Quarter

Homebuilder D.R. Horton posts better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter earnings amid ongoing demand for new homes.

What Is the Capital Gains Tax on Real Estate in 2019?

What Is the Capital Gains Tax on Real Estate in 2019?

When you sell real estate you've held as an investment, the rate at which you're taxed on the profit from it may vary. Home sales, being a specific type of capital gains, have their own set of rules.

Best Places to Live in America That You Can Actually Afford

Best Places to Live in America That You Can Actually Afford

While affordability is key in choosing where you live, these cities also rank high for amenities, education, economy, health care, infrastructure and other lifestyle factors.

Home Remodeling Projects That Give You the Most Return on Your Investment

Home Remodeling Projects That Give You the Most Return on Your Investment

Home improvements are an investment, and your return on investment is an important consideration on which project you choose, and how much to spend on it.

Why Scared Millennials Won't Kill a 'Pretty Robust' Housing Market

Why Scared Millennials Won't Kill a 'Pretty Robust' Housing Market

TheStreet sits down with one of the U.S.' strongest authorities on the housing market, the chief economist for LendingTree, to discuss what the next round of home buyers will mean for the market.

New Home Sales in U.S. Fall Faster Than Expected in January

New Home Sales in U.S. Fall Faster Than Expected in January

New home sales in the U.S. totaled 607,000 in January, down from 652,000 in December, the Census Bureau reports. The drop was steeper than projected by economists, who had estimated January sales at 620,000.