5 Best Man-Made Structures In AmericaThe American experience incorporates five exceptional man-made structures, each one boasting a compelling vision and rich story line that took it from drawing board to astonishing reality.
Mexico's 5 Best All-Inclusive ResortsHead south of the border for an all-inclusive Mexican resort when you ache for warm and gentle ocean breezes, more pools than you can handle, a spa experience that will wow you and no jet lag to put your body clock off kilter.
7 Most Beautiful Mountain Ranges In The WorldThe world is home to phenomenally beautiful mountain ranges, formed tens of millions of years ago when colliding tectonic plates folded and upthrusted, buckling from the powerful movement. Today, we appreciate their vastly different appearances..
Up And Coming International Vacation SpotsThings change fast in the international world of travel. From time to time, there are fairly untouched gems, like Mozambique 15 years ago or Cuba 10 years ago. For very different reasons, Germany, Argentina, the Philippines, and Madagascar are destinations to consider or re-consider for your up-and-coming vacation bucket list.
5 Must-Visit U.S. Destinations For History BuffsHistory buffs yearning to experience places that highlight the country's rich traditions, landmarks, and defining events will head for America's oldest cities, significant war monuments, and important buildings for a sense of the past.
5 Must- Haves For Every Overseas TravelerSmart travelers know that less is more when going abroad, but there are certain essentials to take with you that will save time, worry, inconvenience, and effort once you arrive overseas.
Best U.S. Destinations For Wine LoversCalifornia, Virginia, Oregon, and New York offer some of the nation's top destinations for wine tourism in the USA, increasingly of interest to leisure travelers.
10 Last Minute Labor Day GetawaysThe first Monday in September is the final long weekend of the summer, and with super low gasoline prices, Americans will take to the road to celebrate.
Mixed Results: U.S. Housing Market Resembled the 2014 World Cup in JuneThe latest residential data shows key indicators in housing are mixed. The market is said to be recovering, but not yet recovered.
2014 Home Buying Patterns Defined by GenerationThe National Association of Realtors has produced an annual report on trends among home buyers and sellers, breaking down behavioral differences by generation.
Houses Selling Like Hotcakes Here And ThereSpring 2014 housing indicators tell us that procrastination is not the way forward for buyers.
Dr. Jed Kolko Offers Trulia's Real Estate Recap For March 2014There's some good news in the forecast. According to Dr. Kolko of the real estate site Trulia, we are coming out of the housing recession.
Pick A Pocket Or Two: February Real Estate RecapDue to frigid conditions in much of the nation, February's real estate wrap-up required boots and a shovel, as well as deeper pockets.
Digital Home Search Beats Digging Out DrivewaysToday's uber-connected home buyer typically finds open houses digitally. What does this mean for the real estate industry?
U.S. Housing Market Moving On Up In 2014, But CautiouslyIs that glass of 2014 vintage half empty or half full? Housing industry experts have gone on the record projecting home prices will rise by as much as six percent. Others remain wary of a likely jump in interest rates.