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FourPlans: Bringing Together Hot Design Trends FourPlans: Bringing Together Hot Design Trends

These four homes display 2014's must-have amenities, including indoor/outdoor connections, exceptional kitchens, and smart storage. Read more

Number of Billionaires Doubles Since Financial CrisisNumber of Billionaires Doubles Since Financial Crisis

The super-rich club has become less exclusive, with the amount of billionaires... Read more

What 'Type' Is Your Buyer Prospect?What 'Type' Is Your Buyer Prospect?

Wall Street Journal staffer Stefanos Chen reports that a new study finds that personality traits can help predict our real-estate decisions. Similarly, a second study finds that in states with a relatively predominant personality type, real-estate decisions often reflect that personality. Read more

Economic Confidence Index Hovers at Year-Long HighEconomic Confidence Index Hovers at Year-Long High

Gallup's U.S. Economic Confidence Index averaged -10 last week, in line with where... Read more

Post-Divorce: How to Buy a HomePost-Divorce: How to Buy a Home

US News & World Report contributor Geoff Williams explores how divorcing spouses... Read more

As Rents Spiral, Evictions Pile UpAs Rents Spiral, Evictions Pile Up

CNN/Money staffer Les Christie reports that in cities across the United States,... Read more

Why Young Adults Live With Their ParentsWhy Young Adults Live With Their Parents

Wall Street Journal staffer Neil Shah looks at a new report from Federal Reserve economists Lisa Dettling and Joanne Hsu that confirms young Americans are living with their parents in greater numbers. But don’t blame the economy or housing costs. Blame student loans. Read more

Global Consumer Mood MojoGlobal Consumer Mood Mojo

Consumers around the world are feeling slightly more confident about their... Read more

First-Time Buyers Stuck at 29% of Home Buyer MarketFirst-Time Buyers Stuck at 29% of Home Buyer Market

Bloomberg/ BusinessWeek staffer Prashant Gopal reports that the homeownership rate... Read more

NYC Bike Program Adds Queens BoroughNYC Bike Program Adds Queens Borough

New York’s bike-share program will double to 12,000 units by 2017 and expand into... Read more

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