High Housing Costs Threaten the American Dream

High housing costs have become a barrier to economic growth and ultimately community quality of life in communities across the U.S., according to a recent study from the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).

ICMA conducted its research to further explore the evolving role of U.S. local governments…

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Where the Millennial Homebuyers Go

High levels of college debt and a sluggish job market have kept many millennials from the dream of home ownership. However, things have improved a bit in recent years, and increasing numbers of young Americans are ready to take the (home-ownership) plunge. Where are the best markets for them…

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As the Woodstock Generation Turns 65

With more than 10,000 Baby Boomers turning 65 each day, the 65 and over is population will reach 83.7 million by 2050.

The majority of these 65+ Boomers are women.

Recently, home care company Honor conducted a survey to see how the adult children, (and care-givers) are…

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Rent: So You Think You Have It Bad?

Rents are rising all over the country, with many people having cause to complain. Many of them would feel better if they looked at the numbers from one of America’s all-time high-rent capitals: New York City.

New York has been in the “OMG, you pay that much…

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America’s “Hottest” Housing Markets

Some U.S. metros are standing out as the top places for single-family housing demand. Some of these places are even hot.

Online real estate marketplace Ten-X recently picked its top housing markets. Their criteria: “the most consistent combination of rising home prices, home appreciation, favorable affordability, and…

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