After two years of a red-hot housing market fueled by low interest rates and limited inventory, this year has ushered in unaffordability and frustration for many prospective buyers. With bidding wars and all-cash offers still pricing people out in hot spots like South Florida, Charlotte, and Denver, the dream of
Sales of new homes in August fell by 8.7% from July, marking the slowest pace since March with 675,000 units, according to newly released data by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U.S. Census Bureau. Even with this decline, it's still a
The real estate market has experienced ups and downs, but fresh data paints a more stable picture. According to a recent National Association of Realtors (NAR) report, pending home sales rose in July. The news is especially good for the Southern states—Texas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
While the California Dream may be unattainable, there are plenty of US cities where solo parents can settle down, live comfortably, and raise the perfect family — all on a single paycheck.Key takeawaysAtlanta, Washington, and Minneapolis rank highest, offering big city living without the exorbitant costs if you are willing
Austin, Texas, was recently ranked as the “No. 4 Buyers’ Market” in the United States, confirming what we already knew–that Austin is the ideal place to move to in 2023. With its incredible economic opportunities, low cost of living, and vibrant culture, Austin has so much to offer its