Risky loans didn’t disappear after the financial crash. Scary home loans, auto loans and payday loans live on. Here are some tips for safe borrowing.
Find out why the size (and price) of new homes in the United States continues to grow even though many people looking to buy a home can’t begin to afford these whoppers.
A new study indicates that parental debt impacts a child’s well-being — for better or worse depending on what kind of debt it is. Here’s the low-down.
Good news for renters: A “big slowdown in rents” is expected during 2016. Find out which cities will record the biggest drops — and where rates will rise.
In a recent survey, American architects predicted homes that will incorporate technology, materials and even safe rooms to increase self-sufficiency and shelter against an array of hazards.
Trulia analyzed how an NFL stadium impacts the values of homes within a 2-mile radius. Find out what researchers learned.
Why U.S. renters are looking a bit grayer these days, and what it means if you’re looking for a new place to live.