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California homeowners and regulators have a new fear about wildfires ravaging the state: that insurers will drop coverage.
The company launched a website called Area 51 Paradise Ranch, which according to Wired is intended to be a 'launchpad' for start-ups.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports how new policies aimed at providing regulatory relief to the business community may be improving housing market conditions.
A new study finds that it's actually more affordable to rent than to own in 16 of the 33 largest metropolitan areas, USA Today reports.
Landlords expect demand for rentals will increase if the Republican tax plan is passed.
The owner of the property likes to preach austerity for others.
Phillip Zhong of Morningstar Investment Management Asia says there is a tightening of house supplies in top Chinese cities.
Sigrid Zialcita of Cushman & Wakefield says measure by China to curb property speculation appear to be working.
Havenly matches renters and homeowners with interior designers online to help create their dream decor.
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) discusses his proposed amendment to the Republican-backed tax reform bill to let people buy homes with their retirement plans.
The robot, really a moveable video monitor, is the brainchild of Zenplace, a rental management company based in San Francisco and expanding quickly across the nation.
The Zenplace robot, a moveable video monitor, allows realtors to give remote tours to prospective renters.
After years of double-digit growth, home solar installations in the United States are poised to fall for the first time this year.
There has been a huge surge in the share of higher-income Americans who are renting.
President Donald Trump rejected the notion that Wells Fargo would skate on penalties associated with claims of mortgage lending abuse.
Seattle is one of few cities that have flourished in the 10 years since the Great Recession began in December 2007. Other cities are still struggling.
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