Housing

Suburbs — loosely defined as residential areas in close proximity to a larger city — have been a bastion of the American middle class for over half a century. Suburban communities offer...
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...
Economic measures such as gross domestic product or gross national income are often used to rank the level of development in a country or state. Yet these measures do not reveal much about the...
Each year, millions of Americans relocate to somewhere else in the country, whether it is for retirement, college, or a new job. Yet 2020 offered some Americans a new reason to move — the...
With the coronavirus keeping Americans confined to their homes and mortgage rates at record lows, home sale volume this year hit the highest level in over a decade in the United States. Despite the...
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...