The Fair Housing Act protects most homebuyers, mortgage applicants, and renters from discrimination based on membership in certain protected classes, including race and sex. Find out whether you’re protected by the law and what you have to do to abide by it.
Buying fixer-upper properties to renovate and rent can be a ton of work. For investors who aren’t looking for a home-run deal and simply want an easy, ongoing stream of rental income, turnkey properties can be a perfect fit. Find out if investing in turnkey properties is right for you.
When you’re trying to rent or buy an apartment or home, you can file a complaint against anyone who discriminates against you based on race, color, religion, national origin, familial status, sex, or disability. To increase your chances of success, learn about the process of filing one.
Investing in rental properties requires more effort and more cash on hand than investing in the stock market. So why do so many investors turn to them? Learn more about the advantages and risks of investing in rental properties to find out if they’re right for you.
Rental properties come with plenty of perks, but far too many new landlords assume they understand the risks of rentals and underestimate the costs and work involved, setting themselves up for losses. How can you ensure your first rental property is profitable? Here are our tips.
You can buy anything on Amazon these days — including buildings. Tiny homes on Amazon cost far less than a traditional home. But is it really a good idea to buy one? We weigh the pros and cons and explore several options perfect for a home office, vacation rental, or even full-time abode.
As a result of financial hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, rent strikes have cropped up in many cities. But tenant strikes can be a divisive topic. To get a better read on where people stand on them, we asked Americans what they would do if they had the opportunity to join the movement.
Homeowners with ample equity have a ready-made source of low-cost capital to finance significant expenses: their home’s equity. If you’re shopping for a home equity loan or line of credit in the hope of taking advantage of low interest rates, get the scoop on the lenders with the best rates.
You don’t have to buy and renovate an old Victorian beauty to have a vintage-feeling home. In fact, you don’t even need to spend much money, especially if you’re willing to get your hands dusty. Here are 25 ways to create true vintage charm in even the blandest cookie-cutter home.