All buyers want to live comfortably, whether they're feeling cramped in a current home or are looking for more space in their investment.
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As commuting distance grows, nearby housing affordability does not, studies find
Boomers gravitate to markets with a lower price per square foot
The number of homeowning respondents went down from five years ago, but more respondents said they see themselves owning five years from now.
Denver and Dallas are the only cities in the nation where prices have surpassed their housing boom peak
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What do housing experts think is needed for the housing market to fully recover?
More than a quarter of households in the U.S. now consist of one person living alone
Merrill Lynch/Age Wave study finds that as people enter their 50s and 60s, they have more freedom to choose where they want to live
Between 1980 and 2009 energy consumption per U.S. household declined despite the increased number of larger houses with more personal computers, large-screen TVs, and other electricity-consuming gadgets in the U.S.
The housing market is continuing its trek toward recovery, and as a result, construction is up in the U.S.
Universal design gets some traction as open floor plans, dual vanities, kitchen islands, and walk-in closets continue to be the most desired new-home amenities