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April 26, 2016

With the hopes of luring young, college-educated employees, and the employers who hire them, away from big cities, suburbs are undergoing development projects meant to mimic the urban aesthetic and lifestyle many young professionals seek

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April 25, 2016

Kitson & Partners has visions of its Florida development, Babcock Ranch, becoming the standard for ensuing ultra-sustainable communities across the United States

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April 22, 2016

In some aspects of the economy, the real estate bust has had the sustain of a high-quality guitar, as its effects are still being felt today

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April 21, 2016

The debate rages on between renting and buying, and this time it focuses on what’s best for those entering their golden years

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April 20, 2016

Golf courses are unable to compete with the wide appeal of intricate fitness centers and sports fields and complexes

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April 19, 2016

The labor shortage isn’t a myth, but it may no longer be as big a factor in low production levels as it once was 

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April 18, 2016

Building regulations and natural barriers like oceans and mountains are big reasons for affordability issues in cities like San Francisco, New York, and Boston

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April 15, 2016

When it comes to long life, not all cities are created equal, as some seem to possess a fountain of youth not found in others 

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April 14, 2016

Since 2008, the typical American homeowner has not benefited from the income tax savings associated with owning a home like they have in the past

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April 13, 2016

When controlling for age and income, women and minorities are still less likely than white men to have a mortgage, according to a Trulia analysis

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