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A Change of Order

As new members to the Congress get elected and old ones hold on to their constituencies, we look at how these mid-term results may impact the housing market.

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It Pays to Be a Landlord

House for rent

A new study breaks down the wealth gap between consumers who just own their homes and investors who make their incomes from renting out their properties.

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Best Markets for Single-Family Rental Investment

House for rent

With rent prices increasing right alongside home prices in many markets, rental investment can pay serious dividends for those savvy enough to do their homework before they invest. But like the old adage goes, one critical element is “location, location, ...

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Buying vs. Renting: A Financial Perspective

In a little under two years, owning a home becomes more financially viable than renting an identical home, according to the latest Zillow Buy-Rent Breakeven Horizon. It takes just under 1 year and 11 months for homeownership to be more ...

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Millennials Spend Nearly $100,000 on Rent by Age 30

non-owner-occupied

Forty-five percent. That’s the percentage of an average millennial’s income that they’ll spend on rent between the ages of 22 and 30, according to a new study by RENTCafé. That definitely sounds like a lot—as does the $92,600 total amount ...

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