9 Steps to Invest in Rental Real Estate

For a variety of reasons, the rate of home ownership in the United States is declining at a steady rate. […]

Married to the mortgage

  Are high house prices hurting women more than men? Jul 13th 2013 | BEIJING  CHINA’s communists attacked many bourgeois institutions after […]

April 2013 Economic Snapshot: Housing Ownership and Rental Trends

Do you rent or own in New York City? For our April 2013 Economic Snapshot, NYCEDC looked at the City’s […]

Shiller On Housing: Back? On Track? Or Still Cracked?

Following on from our earlier discussion of the boomerang foreclosure problem, we thought a recent interview between Goldman and Bob […]

The Greatest Country on Earth

What the United States can learn from the tiny island nation of Mauritius. By Joseph E. StiglitzPosted Monday, March 7, […]

The Mortgage Interest Deduction and Negative Equity

Ted Gayer, Co-Director, The Brookings Institution The President’s Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform recommended changing the mortgage interest deduction. […]

To Sell Apartments, Furnishing Is No Afterthought

The Appraisal Ruby Washington/The New York Times It wasn’t just the swinging chair, strung from the ceiling, that was distracting. […]

John Paulson Lecture: “Bonds Are Wrong, Stocks Are Right”

Submitted by Tyler Durden on Zero Hedge John Paulson is now ‘all in’ that for the first time in history […]

In Defense of Home Ownership

Why Homeownership Can Still Pay Off