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Hudson Yards is now officially New York City's most expensive neighborhood, with a median sale price of nearly $5 million.
People on Reddit are slamming a 200-square-foot San Diego ‘shed’ that rents for more than $1,000 a month, but it’s just the latest e...
A 200-square-foot studio apartment in in the University Heights section of San Diego, originally listed for $1,100, is sparking outrage online.
These are the cities where the unemployment rates are high and a jarring number of people spend more than 50% of their income on housing.
61% of millennials said they’ve delayed buying a house because of student-loan debt, a new study found
Student-loan debt and skyrocketing housing prices make homeownership unaffordable for many millennials.
There’s a simple math rule that can determine if you should rent or buy a home, according to 2 early retirees who think buying a house to live i...
Multiplying your monthly mortgage payment by 150% will show you how much your house will cost per month with all expenses, say two early retirees.
America is swept up in tiny-house fever — here’s how much it’ll actually cost to build one of your own
The cost to build a tiny house varies greatly and is based on several factors, including location, materials, and labor.
In some expensive housing markets, it can still be a stretch for even the highest earners to comfortably afford a home, a LendingTree report found.
The monthly median rent for a studio in Manhattan this summer hit an astonishing 11-year high, and the city’s prices are driving people away in ...
One year's worth of rent in Manhattan is more than three-quarters of the country's average annual salary, which is $47,060.
Income for young adults has grown by just $29 since 1974 — nowhere close to keeping up with skyrocketing housing costs and the crushing size of ...
People ages 25 to 34 have seen a $29 income rise in the past 40-plus years, adjusted for inflation. For older age groups, that jumps to $5,400.
Millennials might finally be ready to buy houses — but it’s causing home prices to rise and creating a vicious cycle for a generation that...
There's already a limited supply of starter homes on the market, and a spike in demand among millennials is exacerbating the problem.