This may not be housing bubble 2.0, but lessons from the previous fiasco are worth keeping in mind these days
The president's proposed tax cuts could have an immediate and significant effect on property values across the U.S.
It’s not a Verizon commercial, but rather a dangerous new phone fraud aimed at getting you to utter a single word
From an indoor pool in Pittsburgh to a closet coffee bar in Indianapolis, these pricey pads are full of perks
Increasing numbers of retirees are turning to an ever-widening variety of online platforms to earn extra income
The dizzying variety of loans and their different features -- and relative costs -- makes having a good plan a necessity
The price of new and existing homes is surging in many cities, taking costs beyond the reach of many Americans
To honor Pride Month, Trulia and OKCupid tracked changes in demand and prices for homes in gay enclaves across the U.S.
Florida marketing exec accused of bilking consumers and disrupting emergency services in nationwide "spoofing" scheme
It's getting easier to have friends and family add their contributions to these accounts for college savings
As Obamacare debate rages in Congress, Joshua Kushner's startup insurance company wants to do business in N.J., Ohio, Texas, L.A.
Starting July 1, new loans will carry rates about 0.7 points above current ones – here's a guide to the changes
Mailed paper statements are becoming a thing of the past, and an online account has far more security
Whether it's a house with three porches or a downtown apartment, these homes are as different as they are luxurious
The top reason Americans gave for not taking a vacation is the cost, and 41 percent don't get any paid time off
That's a scary question for a generation that's learning first-hand how much of a burden it is to help their parents
Interest rates on one- through five-year CDs are rising more quickly among internet banks, both new and established
More than in 2016 -- but still, a mom's value is a whole lot higher when it comes to household and family chores
Hundreds of millions of dollars in benefits are floating in limbo -- here's how to find out if any of it is yours
Double-digit increases in health care costs may be a thing of the past, but medical inflation is still outpacing wage growth
Provider of student and personal loans wants to offer federally insured checking accounts, competing with the biggest banks
There's no one magic formula, but you can definitely take steps to help guard against sudden downdrafts