If you want to ever own a home, don't do this. This is the most important lesson for the younger generation.
Inflation is in the headlines once again - Here's what it truly means, how it's affecting us, and how to beat it.
Here's a look at how Chinese buyers buy homes in Canada despite capital controls, and how China's new currency rules could affect the Canadian real estate market. What's going to happen to housing prices in Vancouver or Toronto?
In January, I told you of a secret plot by the "smart money" on how they would seize control of assets for pennies on the dollar. Today, that plan is unfolding. Read more as we tell you how to profit from this and which Canadian city is going to have the next real estate boom.
Think you know why stocks and housing are booming? No, it's not low interest rates and strong employment. It's because the top three American banks by assets all just introduced new products aimed at providing riskier mortgages. It's housing bubble 2.0.
The world is flush with debt which could spark the next financial crisis. Meanwhile, proxy wars are coming. Here's a look at why these two events could lead to mass suicides and dead bodies. And why oil could climb to $100.
In today's "Single Best Chart," Bloomberg's Brendan Greeley displays the surplus median income for millennials after buying a home in various U.S. cities. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Barbara Corcoran Ventures Partners Founder Barbara Corcoran and Zillow Chief Economist Stan Humphries discuss the U.S. housing and the impact of underwater mortgages on the economy.
Christopher Whalen, author of “Inflated,” discusses the Federal Reserve’s impact on the housing market on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
The housing market is arguably the biggest economic indicator for any nation. So what's happening to the housing economy of the world's most powerful nation? Watch as Trulia Chief Economist Jed Kolko and Metrostudy Chief Economist Brad Hunter discuss U.S. housing,
What Wall Street investors like Bill Ackman, Bruce Berkowitz and John Paulson are looking for out of their very big bets on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac--as the President and top Republicans are trying to figure out how to shut Fannie and Freddie down.