The 10 Least Affordable Housing Markets in America

Buying a home is likely the largest purchase most Americans will ever make. But while in some areas homeowners are more easily able to afford a house, in others they ...
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Detroit’s Housing Market Has Never Recovered

S&P Case Shiller released its housing data for June, and Detroit did fairly well. Home prices rose 10.3%, compared to the same month last year. That was against a national ...
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Cities With the Most Dangerous Diets

While most Americans can choose what they want to eat each day, in many regions that choice is considerably limited. A range of direct and indirect factors, including income, ...
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Cities Where Housing Is Most Affordable

Among the top 100 U.S. cities based on population, the share of income needed to afford a median home based on the typical price in that market was 15.3% last ...
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Melbourne Is World’s Most Livable City

In yet one more survey of the best cities to live in, most livable cities, most affordable cities and best places of foreigners to live, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) ...
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10 Cities Running Out of Water

After multiple unusually dry years across the western, southern and central United States, more than 80% of California is now in a state of extreme or exceptional drought, according to ...
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America’s Top Cities With the Highest Percentage of Millionaires

It seems as though being a millionaire isn't as rare as one might imagine, at least not in some of the greatest cities around the world. In fact, it turns ...
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Moody’s Cuts Atlantic City to Junk

Atlantic City, which at one point was supposed to rival Las Vegas as a gambling destination, has nearly fallen to pieces. One of the last bricks taken out of its ...
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Cities With the Most Abandoned Homes

While there are a variety of options for homeowners in foreclosure,many have chosen to cut their losses and abandon their property. The housing market has been improving across much of ...
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New York Drops to World’s 9th Largest City

New York's population barely puts it into the top 10 worldwide, and cities such as Dehli and Shanghai surged to the lead in the new World Urbanization Prospects 2014 revision. ...
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Ten Cities Where Foreign Companies Create the Most Jobs

For decades, the United States has been a centerpiece of the global economy. Even in the aftermath of the Great Recession, foreign businesses have looked to the U.S. for investment ...
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American Cities With Unemployment Under 4%

While unemployment remains more than 20% in some of America's metro areas where the recession still lingers, cities within states that never were damaged deeply by the recession continue to ...
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Unemployment Over 20% in Some Cities

Unemployment remains more than 20% in two of America's metro areas, and above 15% in a number of others. While the recession may be over throughout most of the United ...
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Gas Still Over $4 in California

California continues to suffer some of the highest gasoline prices in the United States. The average price of a gallon of regular in the nation's largest state sits at $4.09, ...
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Ten Cities Where the Most People Walk to Work

Just 2.9% of American workers walked to work as of 2012, according to data recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau. However, the Census Bureau notes that there were massive ...
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