A TRILLION dollars richer...

Homeowners are $1 trillion richer thanks to the pandemic-driven housing boom

American 馃嚭馃嚫 homeowners are $1 trillion richer 馃挵 as the pandemic-driven housing boom 馃挜 pads their pockets 馃憱.

As prices rise 猡达笍, home equity multiplies. In the past year, homeowners with mortgages, representing about 63% of all properties 馃彉, have seen their equity increase by 10.8%, according to CoreLogic.

Stocks vs. real estate: Which investment is right for you?

Stocks and real estate are both top options for investing and growing your money 馃挼, but how do you decide 馃え which is better for you? Keep reading 馃摉 to learn 馃懆鈥嶐煄 about the differences between stock 馃搲 and real estate investing 鈥 and keep in mind 馃 that you can always invest in both.

Netflix donates $25M to help end housing discrimination

Video streaming giant Netflix 馃帴 wants to help put a stop 馃殾 to what it calls systematic racism in the U.S. housing industry. It has stepped 馃懀 in with a $25 million grant to a wider national 馃椇 effort that aims to combat 馃挭 discrimination in housing.

Real estate duo seeking help providing for needy families

A Lexington real estate duo 馃懐鈥嶁檪锔 is trying to help others this holiday 馃巵 season. And the deadline 鈴 to help them help is Friday. And Kristen LaRue and Darryl Bond, the K&D Team at United Real Estate in Lexington, are asking for just 馃挷5 per donation, although they鈥檒l take more.

New Zillow-like platform for properties over $2 million debuts

Forbes and luxury 馃憫 real estate 馃彔 veterans are launching 馃殌 a new Zillow-like platform Thursday for properties over $2 million.

The listing site will feature luxury homes around the globe 馃實 from $2 million to $160 million. Over 200 listings on the site 馃懇鈥嶐煉 are worth over $10 million. The partnership 馃 with Forbes is designed to draw on Forbes鈥 readership to attract new buyers 馃 with curated listings.