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How Two Tax Laws Make REITs More Tax-Friendly
Taking advantage of the return of capital (ROC) and Tax Cuts and Jobs Act rate reductions can significantly reduce the taxes on REIT distributions.
What to Do When Your Rent is Too High
If your rent is too high options for consumers are limited, but there are some things you can do if you're facing a rent increase.
By Elaine Silvestrini • Published
Are You Overlooking Your Most Valuable Retirement Asset?
Selling your home and relocating could become a bigger part of the retirement conversation, given how real estate markets have boomed over the last decade.
By Julie Virta, CFP®, CFA, CTFA • Published
Find The Best 30-Year Mortgage Rates
30-year mortgage rates — check out the best here.
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Five Key Financial Aspects to Managing Your Home
Track these five expense categories to manage your home's finances.
By John Bodrozic • Published
Installing a Central Air System: How Much Does It Cost and Is It Worth It?
A central air conditioning system will make your home more comfortable and add value to the property
By Tom Higgins • Published
Check if You Qualify for Home Energy Improvement Credits Worth $1,000s: Kiplinger Tax Letter
Kiplinger Tax Letter Do you qualify for home energy improvement credits worth $1,000s? Kiplinger Tax Letter
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5 Things You May Not Know You Can Negotiate When Buying a Home
Five things buyers might not know to negotiate when buying a home.
By Daniel Bortz • Published
What Housing Crisis? Top 10 US Cities for Real Estate Development
A new real estate study ranks the metros leading the country in fresh construction over the past 10 years.
By Ben Demers • Published
Rent Is Rising, But Try These Four U.S. Cities
A new study shows where to find the largest urban apartments for $1,500 rent.
By Brittany Leitner • Published