The 2019 report from the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies shows that home affordability across the U.S. varies widely.
Owning just one home in your lifetime could be the most powerful decision you ever make, both financially and for overall stability and well-being. The tax laws, monetary system, and property-rights based society that we live in are all designed for it, and we explore how it creates an incredible investment over time, and many other reasons why it’s so powerful.
You might think that the cost to build a zero-energy (ZE) or zero-energy ready home (ZERH) is much higher than the cost of traditional building. But building to zero-energy standards only costs from one to eight percent more up-front than simply building to code.
Housing innovator Module is making progress on the first of a block of new houses in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Garfield. It’s an exciting step forward for revitalizing the neighborhood with homes that are easy to construct and modify, energy efficient, and attractive.
There are two ways to be rich: One is by acquiring much, and the other is by desiring little. We explore the data and history of home size and how happiness in a smaller home relates to ultimate wealth and well-being.
We explore some of the numbers and market mechanics of why investors are going after mobile home parks these days, and how homeowners can build wealth, not lose it.