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A college education has become more and more unaffordable over the years, with tuition increasing 9 percent between 2011 and 2016. But it’s not just skyrocketing tuition that’s hitting students hard; there are the additional expenses of books, meal plans and the big one—housing. Dorm rooms in the U.S. range in cost from $232 to $1,817 per month, with…


There are two parts to a successful real estate investment: buying your property and keeping a close eye on it. If you invested in rental property, you’ll want to keep a particularly sharp eye on the health of the local economy because that links directly to the rental income you’ll receive. A slowing economy doesn’t…


Real estate has produced more wealth than any other industry in the history of time. However, people still remain skeptical about entering into the fray. Most think that they need to start with some sort of capital. That’s clearly not true. The one magic power you do need is to be able to find the money. And…


Apartment rents continue to grow more slowly than before. The cities where rents grew the most in 2016 are still top cities for rent growth this year, but their lead is getting smaller. “A year ago there was a pretty big spread between Houston, which had rent growth of about 1 percent, and Sacramento, which was…


These days, it seems like everyone wants to make a fortune flipping houses—and it’s not hard to see why. Reality TV makes rehabbing look like a fun, quick, and easy route to big, big profits. Reality check: As any pro can tell you, this is not always the case. To set the record straight, we asked industry experts to share…


Real estate has always been one of the great equalizers in wealth creation in the U.S. As a tangible asset with generally low barriers to entry, people from all walks of life and income levels have succeeded in building real estate empires. The numerous success stories coupled with the potential for lofty returns make the asset class…


Investors continue to buy fewer apartment properties than they did last year. Yet prices continue to rise. “It’s another down month for volume, but prices are still increasing,” says James Costello, senior vice president for Real Capital Analytics (RCA), a New York City-based research firm. Usually prices fall when transaction activity slows down. But strong rent growth…


Frisco is the fastest-growing city in America. No, not THAT Frisco with the incessant fog and Golden Gate Bridge (not to mention, locals will scoff if you call it Frisco). We’re talking Frisco, Texas. The Dallas suburb scored No. 1 on WalletHub’s list of fastest-growing cities in America due to its rapid job and population growth. The…


Property values have surged steadily higher in the prolonged recovery. But that high tide isn’t raising all boats as some metros are still falling short of 2007 pricing. The broader commercial real estate market has regained and surpassed values that existed at the prior peak. The major metros have seen the biggest bounce with values that…


Having a home to live in is one of our basic needs, but if you have the capacity and can afford to get more than the standard home, then you definitely have a lot of options. While most people settle on what their budget dictates, you can opt for any of the luxury residences in your…

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