Taking on more credit card debt to invest in real estate is not a good strategy, it turns out.
Meet the "Bernie Madoff of landlords," who's charged with 20 felonies and faces 25 years in prison.
The Bank of Mom and Dad will shell out for more than 300,000 mortgages this year in the UK—leaving those without rich parents SOL.
Two rival construction companies went at each other in front-end loaders as cars fled the scene in what can only be assumed is absolute terror.
Maybe it's time to retire the "earth's rectum" label. But probably not.
Alexis Vaughn toured the inside of LA's best murder house in January. These old artifacts (and the ghosts?) have since been cleared out.
For just $1.25 million, you can own a piece of New Jersey history that might come with its very own stalker.
Everyone has that one aspirational succulent they don't remember buying.
We spoke with the director of Dream Empire, a new documentary about the Chinese real-estate bubble and its connection to the real estate industry.
The government had a plan to provide low-income housing in Baltimore by giving incentives to developers. But two years later, not a single housing unit has been built.
After a series of reports about dubious (often foreign) cash being stashed in luxury American properties, the feds are responding.
The rent is really, really cheap.
Last week, MoMA PS1 held a a panel discussion about art and gentrification. To figure out exactly how gentrification is affecting culture in New York City, we spoke with three experts about the issue.
It's possible to have a fulfilling, financially stable life that doesn't involve home ownership, but you better be prepared to learn a lot about investing.
An investigation of the ecenomics, greed, and general opportunism that drives stupid rent.
Can you #GamerGate a nonprofit? One San Francisco pro-development group intends to find out.
We talked to a deputy mayor, a professor, and a community activist about the housing crisis eating America's largest city.
San Francisco residents voted down a measure that would have restricted short-term property rentals in the city. But the housing battle is far from over.
If there's something strange in your neighborhood, like 39 people committing mass suicide, you're probably going to call Randall Bell.
As you acquire the trappings of adulthood, you'll someday want to own a house. OK, but how do you do that?
The realtor told me the place is so trashed no bank will finance a mortgage, so that's $350,000 in cash—and people are apparently willing to pay.
A lot has happened to Donald Trump since the first Republican debate in early August, but he's still the same guy.
A group of aging nuns and their Archbishop are in a legal battle over who actually owns their former home, and whether or not the Archbishop can sell it to Katy Perry. For now, the nuns are winning.
This particular act of low-impact vandalism might not be an indication of a simmering border dispute, but rather, the kind of boring hostility that the pretty-well-off have against the actually rich.