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New Homes In The U.S. Are 74 Percent Larger Than They Were In The 1910s

The W.C. Harris House, built in 1910 in Sterling, Colo. Photo: Jeffrey Beall/Creative Commons.

September 14, 2016

New homes offer 1,000 more square feet of space than those built a century ago

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September 14, 2016

Installation fees and costs related to permitting have both decreased

Detroit. Photo: James/Creative Commons.

September 13, 2016

Cities in the South and in the Rust Belt have the most favorable base salary to home price ratios

 

Flooding in Annapolis, Md. Photo: Forsaken Fotos/Creative Commons

September 13, 2016

Flooding ranges from a few inches to several feet deep. City officials have asked for billions to pay for flood walls, pumps, and road improvements.

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