According to a recent Pew Research Center study, 11% of U.S. adults still don’t use the Internet. That’s a significant change from 48% in 2000, but the study revealed that age remains a major factor, with 34% of senior citizens remaining offline.
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Buying a home just got a little more expensive.
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Commercial real estate execs are traditionally an upbeat bunch.
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America as a whole is getting older, and the millennial generation is coming up on its prime economic years.
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Homebuyers, hold onto your wallets. The gains in home prices are getting bigger as the supply of homes for sale gets leaner.
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In the late 1990s, Ed McKinley fell in love with a $65,000 house by a lake in New Hampshire.
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A rise in the thermometer across much of the country last week may have been just the remedy for an ailing mortgage market. Mortgage applications increased 4.9 percent from the previous week, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted weekly reading.
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Americans move around a lot.
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In some places around the U.S., house prices have gone up so much in just a couple of decades that the profits off of a home, whether from selling or from renting it out, could make you feel rich.
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U.S. homebuilding increased more than expected in March amid a rebound in the construction of multi-family housing units, but weakness in the single-family segment suggested the housing market was slowing.
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