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Where The Rent Is Still Too Damn High
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Where The Rent Is Still Too Damn High

First, the good news: Rents in the nation’s top 25 rental markets have dropped... Read more

Million-Dollar Homes: The New Norm in Bay Area
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Million-Dollar Homes: The New Norm in Bay Area

The percentage of homes worth $1 million or more has nearly tripled in San... Read more

Oakland Leads in Lack of Affordable Starter Homes
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Oakland Leads in Lack of Affordable Starter Homes

Tech boom drives prices up, but homes here are still cheaper than S.F. or Silicon... Read more

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The Rental Death Spiral: Want to Buy But Can't Save The Rental Death Spiral: Want to Buy But Can't Save

The upward trajectory of rents in many metropolitan areas, which shows no sign of abating, often makes homeownership the better deal. But renters still aren’t rushing to buy. Read more

Will Millennials Rent Forever?
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Will Millennials Rent Forever?

The Atlantic senior associate editor Gillian B. White looks for answers to why... Read more

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Why Millennials Should Buy a Home Today Why Millennials Should Buy a Home Today

MarketWatch’s Quentin Fottrell recently offered some advice to millennials: purchase a home if you’re financially able. Of the nation's 100 biggest metros, it's cheaper to rent than buy in just two: San Jose, and Honolulu. Read more

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Millennials by the Numbers: 9 Facts and Figures Millennials by the Numbers: 9 Facts and Figures

The nesting habits of millennials are a source of much conjecture in the housing industry, and here, we pull out nine top-line takeaways from the Urban Land Institute's recent report, "Gen Y and Housing: What They Want and Where They Want It." Read more

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9 Labor Facts and Figures 9 Labor Facts and Figures

Builders across the nation are struggling to fill key job-site positions, and here, we round up nine eye-popping facts and figures that give form to this ongoing challenge. Read more

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9 First-Time Buyer Facts and Figures 9 First-Time Buyer Facts and Figures

The largest generation in our nation's history has been the subject of much housing market conjecture and research. Here, we round up some eye-popping first-time buyer stats from the likes of Zillow, Urban Land Institute, the NAHB and Trulia. Read more

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Twice as Many Consumers Prefer New Homes to Existing Twice as Many Consumers Prefer New Homes to Existing

Larger closets, open floor plans, and roomy kitchen islands are seen as big draws of new homes but higher prices are a drawback. Read more

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