Build retirement income with condo investing

David Leto •

As people near or reach retirement, many consider how to cut expenses while maintaining their current quality of life. Some get pensions, though most rely on Social Security and retirement investments to fuel their life after the paychecks stop. One of the first considerations is housing, and condo living is quite a popular draw for


Is buying a condo a good idea or should you just buy a house instead?

Kevin Mercadante •
Money Under 30

There are three primary housing situations available—buying a condo, buying a house, or renting an apartment. Each has its benefits and drawbacks. Let’s take a look at the advantages of each—which are also usually the disadvantages of the others. Warning: There’s no one-size-fits-all here. What you’re going to find is each housing situation is designed