Prices in areas favored by Millennials are only 6.1% higher than in 2013. Great, right? Except Millennials still can't afford to buy.
This house in Missouri will make your head spin on your neck like a carousel
Just because you don't have nearly two million to spare, though, don't think you can't get a palace! I found you an actual castle for $750,000.
I can't explain the allure of a claw-foot tub, but I do feel it. I feel it in my bones.
Five bedroom, three and a half bath, 3300-square-foot Queen Anne in Grand Rapids, MI, for $299,100. I am a sucker for turrets.
We want to buy in a “cool” area of one of the most expensive cities in the world. The latter fact has affected our ability to save. Plus, we’re both freelancers and banks really seem to hate that.
the taxes on an (admittedly palatial) one-bedroom penthouse in Chicago are greater than the taxes on a what looks like an actual palace in upstate New York. $3,000 a year greater, in fact.
Once we take on a mortgage, my expectation is that it will eat up every penny we ever make until the day we die.
There's so much history here, we might as well be in Europe: this is the Johannes Masten House and it dates back to 1668 (!!).
OK, so, maybe the whole point of living in Des Moines is that you don't have to be rich, but where else can you get a whimsical, sprawling, fairy-tale-type manor on 2+ acres in the woods for half a million dollars?