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2015's Best Value Colleges
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2015's Best Value Colleges

Forbes staffer Lauren Feiner assesses which colleges offer the best value for your... Read more

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6 Roads to Relocating in Retirement 6 Roads to Relocating in Retirement

U.S. News & World Report contributor Tom Sightings takes a look at the top six realities of retirement-driven relocation, and finds that typical interpretations of a "destination" retirement community (golf courses, waterfront cottages) kind of miss the mark: Most retirees just want to stay close to their kids. Read more

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Housing Supply Continues to Pose Problems Housing Supply Continues to Pose Problems

While demand for housing remains strong, the number of homes for sale is falling, and that's paradoxically putting a damper on demand, says CNBC's Diana Olick. Read more

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Energy-Rich Metro Areas Lose Jobs in June Energy-Rich Metro Areas Lose Jobs in June

The Wall Street Journal's David Harrison looks at Labor Department data that shows the degree to which energy-rich states are losing jobs. Read more

Pending Sales Momentum Slows, But Strong Summer Still Expected
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Pending Sales Momentum Slows, But Strong Summer Still Expected

Trulia's chief economist Selma Hepp weighs on in July's pending homes sales... Read more

Latino Incomes are Rising, So Why are Their Homeownership Rates Dropping?
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Latino Incomes are Rising, So Why are Their Homeownership Rates Dropping?

CityLab staffer Brentin Mock digs into why the homeownership rate among Latinos is... Read more

Why Don’t Americans Take More Time Off?
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Why Don’t Americans Take More Time Off?

A recent survey finds that even if their employers offered unlimited vacation days... Read more

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Home Price Growth Continued to Moderate in May Home Price Growth Continued to Moderate in May

The NAHB's Jing Fu looks at the most recent data from the the Federal Hosing Finance Agency and the Standard and Poor's/Case-Shiller indices, which both recorded moderate price growth in May. Read more

Dodd-Frank Dragging Down Economic Recovery, House Committee Says
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Dodd-Frank Dragging Down Economic Recovery, House Committee Says

Housing Wire's Trey Garrison reported on the Tuesday meeting of the House... Read more

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Household Income Stable in June, Despite Signs of a Fall Household Income Stable in June, Despite Signs of a Fall

New Strategist Press editorial director Cheryl Russell says although household income took a slight fall in June, the decline is not statistically significant. In fact, after adjusting for inflation, it's not really a fall at all. Read more

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