Last month, I attended NAHB’s midyear meeting in Miami and had the pleasure of sitting in on a presentation by Daniel Swift, president and CEO of Des Moines-based architecture group BSB Design.
It seems as though the classics reign supreme as Florida and Arizona are the top two destinations for individuals over 60
Looking for a job but don’t like the big city? Don’t worry, there are plenty of smaller cities ripe with job opportunities, as well
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The cities on the list may not be very well known, but many of them are in close proximity to major cities experiencing significant population increases in their own right
Cities with a strong tech sector offer the most job opportunities for 2016
As more Baby Boomers choose to move back to cities, developers are adjusting accordingly
In 2015 alone there were over 4,000 complaints about squatters, a 43 percent increase from 2014 and over twice as many from 2012.
Smaller, less expensive cities in close proximity to larger cities are seeing increased amounts of new mortgages
Thanks to the continuance of the tech boom, the Bay Area and Silicon Valley are home to the best cities for jobs for the third year in a row
Nearly 90 percent of cities saw their home prices increase in the first quarter of 2016
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North Dakota can thank the strong growth in the U.S. mining sector, which accounts for the largest share of the state’s GDP, for experiencing the largest increase in personal income in the country