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10 Markets Where Homebuilding Is Booming

Housing starts jumped 15.7 percent in July to its highest level since November, the Commerce Department reported this week. But where is new-home construction rising the most? Many...

10 Cities Where Wages Stretch the Farthest

The cost of living can have a big impact on how your income actually stretches. Therefore, adjusting wages for living costs can provide a better glimpse at how much people actually...

10 Biggest Rebound Cities Since the Recession

Everything is bigger in Texas, including the economy. Eight of the top 10 cities in the country that have rebounded the most since the recession are in the Lone Star State, according...

Top 10 Cities for Working Women

The number of working women has been on the rise for the past five decades, so Nerdwallet recently crunched the numbers to find out the best cities for women in the workforce. The...

10 Cities With Jobs for Recent College Grads

With graduation season nearing, young college grads are on the job hunt. WalletHub, a personal finance social network, recently released a report highlighting the best cities for young...

10 Markets Where Inventories Are Rising Fast

Buyers who have faced tight housing inventories in recent months may finally be getting more options. Realtor.com® reports that nationwide housing inventories have edged up 10 percent...

10 Most Youthful Towns

Many real estate experts are pointing to Millennials as a major force behind the housing recovery. If that's true, then these 10 towns are in great shape....

Housing’s Top 10 Turnaround Towns

Which U.S. cities are leading the nation’s housing recovery? Realtor.com® has released its second quarter rankings based on indicators such as inventory, median list price, days...

10 Hottest Rental Markets

Realtor.com® recently released a list of the top rental markets in the country, based on the most-searched markets at its site the last month. Among the top 10 markets: 1. Las Vegas...

10 Cities With the Worst Traffic Congestion

The average American spent a total of 28 hours sitting in traffic last year, according to INRIX, a traffic information group. But residents in some of the nation’s most congested...