Economics

Dallas, Denver, Nashville, and Portland, Ore., are the top four housing markets where homes have not only recovered their pre-recession value, but exceeded it. According to Zillow…

The cost of a college education—tuition, books, meal plans, and especially housing—is skyrocketing, to the point where it may be cheaper in some cities for students to buy a condominium than rent a dorm room.…

If renters paid only what they could afford in rent, the average household would have an extra $6,200 per year to spend on other necessities such as groceries, child care, and medical care. According to a new…

Given that the concept of the American Dream is tied so tightly to homeownership, plenty of people are a bit miffed that they are not living that dream.

Through a survey of 2,000 people…

High demand and low home production rates are pushing up Southern California home prices well past affordable levels.

The Los Angeles Times reports that prices jumped 7.5…

People have to make a ton of money to afford a home in the Bay Area. For many, that’s not an issue.

With a median household income of $96,667 in 2016, San Francisco was named the nation’s…

Median prices rose 2 percent to $225,000 and sales increased 4.8 percent to 3,544 in Orlando in August from the previous month, according to a new report from the Orlando Regional Realtor Association.…

In Glendale, Ariz., workers can punch out after a long day, head home, and enjoy a little financial flexibility. A working class household there can bank $10,000 a year, even after paying bills and housing…

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