Tagged With Housing Affordability

3 steps everyone should take if they want to own real estate by age 30

Rents in cities across the US are more expensive than ever before. Here are 5 drastic measures people are taking to avoid rising housing costs.

2019 is the final class of millennial college graduates. Next stop: The Great American Affordability Crisis.

The 25 most expensive cities around the world to rent a two-bedroom apartment

6 financial problems plaguing millennials through no fault of their own

Here's how much a typical starter home costs in every state

Rent in cities like NYC and San Francisco is so expensive that it's pricing people out of the real-estate market, and some of them are turning to houseboats instead

12 places you can retire in the US where the typical home value is less than the cost of a new car

Millennials are making 3 key decisions that are wiping out the starter home — and it's changing what homeownership in America looks like

Millennials are choosing to face 2-hour commutes instead of paying exorbitant rates to live in cities, and it's resurrecting a near-dead part of the suburbs

What life is really like in the cheapest place in the US, where the typical home costs $110,000 and the Appalachian Mountains are in your backyard

Here's the least expensive town for homeowners in every US state

Deciding to buy a home instead of rent isn't always a question of simple maths

Here's the most expensive town for homeowners in every US state

Rust-belt cities that got killed in the recession are making comeback, and they have become the best places for millennials to buy a home

A minimum-wage worker needs 1.5 jobs just to afford half the rent for a 2-bedroom apartment in most of the US

A woman who studied 600 millionaires discovered where you choose to live has 2 effects on your ability to build wealth

This 70-square-foot tiny home can be built for just $10,000

5 warning signs a real-estate deal is too good to be true

Microapartments are dying in one of the world's most expensive cities, and it could be part of a troubling trend for owners