The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
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The best public schools in the country are in California’s priciest places
A new study finds out why the wealthy have been returning to city centers
Today’s average first-time buyers are quite different from their early 2000s counterparts
A detailed study looks at why Brits chose to live where they do, broken down by age and urban/suburban/rural
Consumers express a strong interested in acquiring a variety of connected home technologies and applications
View from Santa Barbara's courthouse tower looking east. Photo: Phottopippo/Wikimedia Commons
From beaches to mountains to deserts, the list reflects the breadth of options today’s active seniors are considering
The Last Frontier beats the Sunshine State in terms of tax-friendliness for those in retirement
On average, houses for sale in these cities saw a 19 percent drop in days on market year over year
The Hiawatha Line station at Government Plaza, Minneapolis, Minn. Photo: Sinn/Wikimedia Commons
There’s a lot of empty land in the Western U.S. But is that the best place for growth?
Analysts forecast that lean supply won’t bulk up anytime soon