Millennials Favor “Vacation Moves”

If you have Millennial next door neighbors, chances are they won't be staying too long. According to Mayflower's recent survey, Millennials (18-35 year olds) are flocking to popular cities, however they have no intention of staying there. The 2017 Mayflower Mover Insights Study focused on moving trends for Millennials and quickly discovered that 41% of…

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Americans Still Favor Real Estate for Long-Term Investment

(GALLUP) - At 34% and 26%, respectively, mentions of real estate and stocks are much higher today than in 2011 and 2012, when both sectors of the economy were still recovering from the 2007-2009 recession, including sharp downturns in the housing and stock markets during that period. However, the current 34% choosing real estate represents…

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Best & Worst States to Retire

(BANKRATE) - Many of us long for a retirement that will feel like going on a permanent vacation. But before we buy that beach bungalow, box up our stuff and break out the Costco-sized wine spritzers, a reality check may be in order. Bankrate’s latest ranking of the best and worst states to retire finds…

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Internet More Important Apartment Amenity Than Laundry?

(RENTAL HOUSING JOURNAL) - High-speed internet and Wi-Fi are among the most important amenity factors to apartment dwellers when making a rental decision, even more than in-room laundry facilities, according to a new survey. Technology drives the multifamily industry, according to a release from Comcast’s multifamily development services division. The company’s new report, “Networking with…

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How Much More It Costs to Own vs. Rent in Your State

Becoming a homeowner is a big step, and for many people, it's an expensive one. This leads to the big debate between renting or owning a property. There are a ton of benefits provided to homeowners, however. This includes tax deductions, financial security, and potentially having your own home upon retirement. The equity homeowners build…

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Take a Peak Inside the First On-Site 3D Printed House

(HUFFINGTON POST) Building a new home can be a long and costly process, but a 3D-printing startup has found a way to fix that. San Francisco-based company Apis Cor printed a small home in Russia in just 24 hours in December. The project is the first time a home has been built with mobile 3D-printing…

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