The Federal Trade Commission says online homebuyer Opendoor must pay $62 million to settle charges that it cheated homesellers out of thousands of dollars.
Airbnb said it removed the listing and others that have reportedly included former slave quarters in the U.S.
The price of rent increased across the U.S. between 2021 and 2022, but many of the cities with the highest rent are in western or southern states, according to Rent.com.
More seniors are choosing senior living for a sense of community after the COVID-19 pandemic, and the hot housing market is helping them pay for it
U.S. homebuilder confidence for single-family homes posted its seventh straight monthly decline in July, another sign of a weakening housing market.
The complex in Kentucky includes a working restaurant — but it’s not a KFC.
Plush, green lawns became intertwined with status, family, personal agency and more.
An elderly couple in Cypress hit with a lawsuit for feeding ducks in their neighborhood.
The country legend's Ventura, California, ranch still sports original Johnny Cash features and a recording studio.
HUD contracted inspectors have found a number of Sterlingshire Apartment units unlivable and are temporarily relocating several residents.
A workshop will be held to help homeowners apply for mortgage assistance.
Parties and party houses are permanently banned at all Airbnb rental properties, the company announced on Tuesday.
Some home builders are incorporating features to appeal to different cultures.
Early voting is underway for the statewide May 7th election on two measures designed to lower taxes for millions of Texans.
The Wisconsin home is listed at $420,000.
Home improvement do's and don't's to maximize your home appraisal.
Protesters packed the lawn of an east Houston Senior Living Community Saturday that was recently purchased by a state representative. They claim residents are being pushed out by raising rent in an effort to bring in new tenants.
The latest data shows that the pace of distribution increased in July over June and that nearly a million households have been helped.
Be on the lookout for new apartments for our senior community in Houston's Third Ward!
The court on Tuesday rejected a plea by landlords to end the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention moratorium on evicting millions of tenants who aren't paying rent during the coronavirus pandemic.