In today's incredibly competitive real estate market, Millennials are finding a foothold in fractional ownership.
From short term capital gains tax to closing costs, learn everything you need to know about selling your home shortly after buying.
In our post about co-owning a house, we explain how prospective buyers can enter the housing market early by sharing a property. Buying a house with a partner, family member…
In this post, we consider the many pros and cons of co-owning a house. We also explain how co-owners can protect themselves from risk.
In this post, we explain how cohabitation agreements help unmarried couples who own property together and have other shared financial responsibilities.
When can you do a 1031 exchange for a primary residence? The short answer is "hardly ever." However, homeowners can exclude capital gains tax in other ways.
As a new home buyer, you deserve every leg up! Cash offers consistently win over offers with a traditional mortgage contingency.
Learn all about which home improvements qualify for tax credits like the Renewable Energy Tax Credit and Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit.
Follow below to learn about tax deductions and credits for first-time homeowners and state-specific programs in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and California.
From property taxes to residential energy efficient property credits, here's how your tax burden could change after buying a house.