“If you want to become a homeowner but don’t qualify for a mortgage, Divvy Homes has a solution: Rent a house from them until you’re able to buy it. What could possibly go wrong?”
Damon Young looks back at his family’s journey toward homeownership, and what that can really mean when you’re black in America.
At Curbed, Alexandra Marvar explores homeownership in the age of the Instagram travel influencer.
These days, whether you like it or not, your photogenic home may be a backdrop for tourists’ photoshoots. But posing in front of pretty facades, a practice perfected by travel influencers on Instagram, brings up issues of privacy and etiquette.
An incident of police brutality in Texas highlights the ties between private pools, homeowners’ associations, and racist housing policies.
Even when you’re already bracing for a negative response, no one expects an attack golfer.
The dream of homeownership, now with composting toilets.
A family, convinced that homeownership was a requisite part of the American dream, ends up with a foreclosure: We tried to short sale. A realtor named Sharon came by the condo to see the property and talk about our options. Normally a friendly and exuberant child, our two-year-old daughter Amelie was immediately suspicious of Sharon, […]