Home Ownership News
Millennial Home Ownership at Historic Low
Fewer millennials are buying homes than in the past six years, according to new data released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday. Just 34.1 percent of Americans under the age of 35 owned their home, a decline of 0.7 percent from the second quarter of 2015. Millennial home ownership has fallen
The Millenial Vote
Good evening I am Rick Klein of ABC news in your watching ABC news digital coverage of the fourth Republican debate. I am pleased to be joined right now by a lease human and as our sister network fusion turned the tables on you usually as you interviewing me I get to ask the tough questions right
Hurricane Katrina Evacuee Shares Her Story
New Orleans resident Syrena Johnson recalls the incredible path her life took after the storm.
Find Out Why Leonardo DiCaprio Likes this Bed, and Get to Know Fashion Icon Rachel Roy's Secrets to Success
Rebecca Jarvis reveals everything you need to know this week on "Real Biz".
Excerpt: 'Shame' by Shelby Steele
SEE STEELE SUNDAY ON “THIS WEEK” Excerpted with permission from Shame: How America’s Past Sins Have Polarized Our Country, by Shelby Steele. Available from Basic Books, a member of The Perseus Books Group. Copyright © 2015. Chapter 1: The Great Divide Not long ago I was...
Zillow Talk's: 10 Money Saving Rules of Real Estate
Hello and welcome to relatives that Rebecca Jarvis three New York sitting here without our radar today. Buying or selling your home it is one of the hardest things that you will ever have to do at any point near life. And housing reports they can be really confusing reports show that even though
An Improving Economy Gives Obama His Game Back
An improving economy is putting Barack Obama back in the game, boosting the president and his party in a striking turnaround from their devastating midterm losses. Americans approve of the president’s job performance by 50-44 percent in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, a remarkable...
Vacation Over: Obama Plans Travel Blitz Before State of the Union
After 15 days in a carefree island paradise , it's back to reality for President Obama. Obama returns from vacation to a chilly Washington on Sunday, staring down a long legislative agenda and simmering foreign crises, and with a desire to seal his legacy over the next two years. He also faces a
U.S. Needs Some Home Improvement
Okay. It's Friday October 24 the markets and new Yorker open in a big number today 470000. That. Yes and number of new home sales for the month of September. So some home improvement needed in the US housing market has slowed down a bit that report current from the Department of Commerce due out
When Money's Tight, Crowd Fund the Down Payment
It's a common conundrum. You want to buy a house or make improvements on your current one, but there's just no money in the bank to make your dream home dreams a reality. If only you could ask your friends or family for money. Is that too awkward? Maybe not. Enter Feather the Nest, the latest in a