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Millennials Who Want to Rent Rather Than OwnMillennials Who Want to Rent Rather Than Own

New York Times staffer Dionne Searcey reports on the millions of 20- and 30-somethings who shared living quarters with friends or nestled in their parents’ basements to ride out the economic shock waves from the Great Recession are beginning to branch out on their own. But they are still largely shut out of the mortgage market. Read more

Reimagining Happiness: Measures of Well-BeingReimagining Happiness: Measures of Well-Being

This article from Brookings Institution fellow Carol Graham explores the debate... Read more

Online Harassment, a Growing PhenomenonOnline Harassment, a Growing Phenomenon

Pew Research reports that 40% of internet users have personally experienced online... Read more

What Moves Us More: A Job or a Home? What Moves Us More: A Job or a Home?

CityLab demographics guru Richard Florida looks at a new study from the journal... Read more

Yelp, Angie’s List Hit As GenY Goes Word-of-Social on ReviewsYelp, Angie’s List Hit As GenY Goes Word-of-Social on Reviews

MarketWatch staffer Jennifer Booton reports that as consumers shift to social... Read more

Warren Piece: The Ignorical of NomahaWarren Piece: The Ignorical of Nomaha

Fortune columnist Stephen Gandel writes that, when it comes to buying real estate,... Read more

Behind the Resales Headline: First-Time Buyers LanguishBehind the Resales Headline: First-Time Buyers Languish

National Association of Home Builders economist Stephen Melman comments on the pluses and minuses of this week's National Association of Realtors existing home sales print for September, which eclipsed consensus forecasts. Stubbornly unchanged is the buyer universe's percentage of first-time buyers, stuck at 29%. Read more

In U.S., 31% Say Now Is a Good Time to Find a Quality JobIn U.S., 31% Say Now Is a Good Time to Find a Quality Job

According to Gallup, bout three in 10 Americans say now is a good time to find a... Read more

How to Crack the Code: A Graffiti-Style Now HouseHow to Crack the Code: A Graffiti-Style Now House

Fast Company staffer Adele Peters ventures inside graffiti artist Stephane Malka's... Read more

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