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Recession Refugees: Priced Out of Hot MarketsRecession Refugees: Priced Out of Hot Markets

RealtyTrac analyst Peter Miller conjures images of another memorable--not in a good way--era in American society, economics and history, where financial urgencies forced families and households to uproot in search of new livelihoods. Read more

Hispanic Migration is From More Segregated Places to Less So
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Hispanic Migration is From More Segregated Places to Less So

Brookings Institute fellow and demographic guru William H. Frey looks at... Read more

Light Switch
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Light Switch

Fast Company contributor John Brownlee writes about David Graas-created Stalclight... Read more

Four New Cities Cued Up for Google Fiber
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Four New Cities Cued Up for Google Fiber

Wall Street Journal staffer Alistair Barr scoops a report that Google is preparing... Read more

Millennial Talk Vs. Action: Is Bank of Mom and Dad Open?
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Millennial Talk Vs. Action: Is Bank of Mom and Dad Open?

A Bank of America/USA TODAY Better Money Habits Millennial Report shows that what... Read more

Consumer Confidence Soars to Eight-Year High Mark
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Consumer Confidence Soars to Eight-Year High Mark

U.S. consumers turned exceedingly upbeat about the economy at the start of 2015,... Read more

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Case-Shiller: The 20-City Low-DownCase-Shiller: The 20-City Low-Down

The Wall Street Journal's Kathleen Madigan comments on the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index report, which shows how home prices in 20 major cities increased 4.3% in the year ended in November. Compare how they performed. Read more

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Traffic and Demand Trends Show Strength as Available Inventory Opens UpTraffic and Demand Trends Show Strength as Available Inventory Opens Up

Redfin chief economist Nela Richardson has more than a silver lining story to tell about January home sales trends from a read of Redfin's market network of data and online broker commentary. Things look good, and they're getting better all the time. Read more

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Debt Notice: The Way Students Pay for College May Ease Their Future Burden

New York Times Upshot columnist Kevin Carey explores profound changes in college tuition finance, and suggests that the student debt crisis currently weighing on young adult economic behavior and options is showing signs that it will abate. Read more

Rising Stars Align: Up-and-Comer Architects Shine in Up-and-Comer Cities
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Rising Stars Align: Up-and-Comer Architects Shine in...

CityLab contributor Amanda Kolson Hurley reports that ambitious architects tend to... Read more

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