Technology has become integrated into our homes with devices such as networked doorbells, smart thermostats, and wireless light bulbs.
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Nevada state line. Photo: Famartin/Wikimedia Commons
Skilled workers are leaving the construction game, either by changing careers or picking up stakes
At least 116,000 supervisors could be affected
A study found that 93 percent of 75.3 million Millennials want to own a home in the near future
Demographic and economic changes are forecasted to create 15.9 million additional households by 2024
Homes are starting to stay on the market longer than two months, shifting to a buyer’s market
Good jobs and a charming downtown help get towns on the list
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Outside magazine ranks the best towns to live, work, run, sail, climb, and paddle
Out of the 7.3 million homeowners who went through foreclosure or short sales during the bust, about 700,000 are projected to reenter the market this year
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Two-thirds of all households created last year were by Americans between 65 and 74 years old
The typical American today rents for six years before buying. In the 1970s, it was only 2.6 years