Housing

More than one-quarter of the 31.4 million Americans who moved last year did so for just a handful of reasons — the desire to live in an area with lower crime, a shorter commute, more affordable...
The United States attracts more immigrants than any other country in the world. America’s appeal to new residents is testimony that many still view the U.S. as the land of opportunity — a...
More than one-quarter of the 31.4 million Americans who moved last year did so for just a handful of reasons — the desire to live in an area with lower crime, a shorter commute, more affordable...
Tens of millions of Americans relocate every year, whether it is for work, family, or retirement. Over the years, migration patterns develop as certain parts of the country have more job...
More than 10% of Americans move each year, equating to tens of millions of relocations annually. These moves are primarily motivated by personal reasons, like a new marriage, or economic reasons,...
The cost of maintaining a basic standard of living varies throughout the United States. Housing, food, transportation, health care, taxes, and other necessities vary in cost from county to county,...
The cost of maintaining a basic standard of living varies throughout the United States. Housing, food, transportation, health care, taxes, and other necessities vary in cost from county to county,...
The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves through the American economy. Millions of Americans are filing for unemployment benefits every week, small business owners are seeing plummeting revenue, and...
As the continued spread of COVID-19 puts much of the U.S. economy at a standstill, many are wondering how the economic slowdown will affect the real estate market. While construction is considered an...
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major upheaval in virtually every major industry in the United States as Americans have stayed at home and avoided nonessential purchases. One of the industries where...
Americans are less likely to move today than at any point in recent history. Over the 12 months ending in March 2019, the share of Americans who moved to a new home dipped below 10% for the first...
Americans are less likely to move today than at any point in recent history. Over the 12 months ending in March 2019, the share of Americans who moved to a new home dipped below 10% for the first...
Before neighbors could show off their wealth by purchasing the latest sports car, wealthy people in America flaunted their money by building opulent mansions. Erecting mansions today, thanks to...
The typical home in the United States is worth about $245,000. Indeed, a home is the largest investment most Americans will ever make. But exactly how much home you get for your investment can depend...