Economics

New data from the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) suggests that mortgage refinance activity was as significant a contributor to the housing crisis as risky mortgage products.…

Data provided by Monster, the employment website, shows that New York and Chicago are the top two cities for new college graduates to find jobs, based on the number of job…

In most parts of the U.S. women generally earn 70 cents for each dollar of a man’s salary. But the exact difference depends a lot on where you live, according to researchers at rental website…

Even though the economy and the housing market have improved, economists expect more homeowners to stay put for the next decade, or even longer. That’s because the better economy has come with a steady rise in…

Urban areas haven’t gained as many new renters as expected. In fact, from 2011 to 2015, suburban areas clearly outpaced urban areas in renter household gains in 19 out of the 20 largest U.S. metros. According to…

While the U.S. economy isn’t growing very fast these days, some states are, according to the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. Florida, Texas, Utah, and Washington are leading the…

After considering the costs of housing, groceries, utilities, transportation, healthcare, and other expenses in each state, GOBankingRates ranked the cost of living in all 50 states and…

A new perk for homeownership is targeted toward Millennials.

According to CNBC, Chase announced that it will offer 100,000 reward points to existing credit card customers…

The average American household earns around $55,000 a year, which can go a long way in smaller cities, especially in the Great Plains.

SmartAsset named the 10 best cities…

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