The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
Because governments see housing investment as a driver for the domestic economy, they overinvest in homeownership by promoting subsidies such as tax deductions for mortgage interest payments and lower capital gains on property sales
An established theory says that when 15% of people accept an innovation — such as residential solar, for example — it will quickly spread to 60% of the target population
Milwaukee-area home builder gets high school students interested in the construction trades
There are a slew of manuevers besides loss carry forwards that enable real estate developers to pay little to no income taxes.
CoreLogic reports that home prices rose 40 percent in the national index since 2011
Millennials may have more in common with their Depression-era grandparents than with their Baby Boomer parents when it comes to how they decide to spend and take risks.