If you're rich and want to avoid heavy tax burdens, Wyoming, the least populous state in the US, is actually the most favorable place for you to live in.
The trend of 20-somethings renting rather than buying is nothing new. But the age at which Americans switch to homeownership is getting older,
“This used to be a bad neighborhood.” Two areas of New York City that have recently gentrified have a corresponding high rate of quality-of-life complaints, which sometimes draws police attention.
It was supposed to be his legacy. Today it's a mere shadow of his dream — but he declared victory anyway. How the saga of Trump City foreshadowed the president's chaotic path to the White House.
The absolute lowest you'd have to earn to afford a two-bedroom home? $14.10/hour, in West Virginia. That's almost twice the federal minimum wage.
Digital 1,100-square-foot plots in Genesis City are selling for as much as $200,000.
Nobody's surprised to see areas in Palo Alto and Los Angeles appear on the list, but we had no idea that Fisher Island, an island where the average wage of the residents is $2.5 million, existed.
Most of the top cities are the usual suspects — but there's something odd happening in Silicon Valley.
If you think it’s difficult to buy, sell or rent a house, try doing it as a porn star.
Florida's Miami-Dade County has among the strictest sex offender residency restrictions in the country.
A start-up called Getaway is banking on your need to disconnect. Just don't call it camping.
In 2007, the Department of Homeland Security began building 654 miles of fencing along the US-Mexico border. To complete the job, the agency had to seize land from private landowners, most living in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley.
An area of the Hamptons lost its top spot to a zip code in the Bay Area where the median home sale price is $4,950,000.
Jason and Jodi Chapnik, who live in a multi-million dollar home on Strathearn Road filed a lawsuit against their neighbors for remodeling a nearby property on Vesta Drive to look "strikingly similar" to their house.
There's nothing more addictively soothing than watching someone flipping homes on HGTV. Until we end up in a real-life rerun of the housing bubble.
We break down the hovels, the dream pads and everything in between.
China’s wealthy are continuing to dwarf all others as the largest participants in America's so-called EB-5 Immigrant Investor program.
The President helped build a hotel in Azerbaijan that appears to be a corrupt operation engineered by oligarchs tied to Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.
Sally Quinn has decided to sell the fabled East Hampton house whose occupants have been the subject of both a documentary and a Broadway musical.
Italian lender poured millions into Tuscan farms, wineries, and estates.
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