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Forget New York — millennials are better off in these 30 US cities, where they’re paid well and can afford to buy a home
As millennials age and prepare to become homeowners, they tend to settle down in suburbs outside big cities. Realtor.com recently complied a list of the hottest zip codes in 2018 — places where residents, especially millennials, are paid well and housing is affordable.
Saving for a down payment to buy a home isn't easy these days, but it can a little easier depending on where you live. RealEstate.com recently looked at the best places where first-time home buyers can save for a 20% down payment the fastest. See which cities are best for first-time homebuyers.
Is it a better financial decision to rent or buy? In San Francisco and San Jose, renters save more money than buyers, a new Trulia study found. Thanks to flat rents and surging home values, renting is now a cheaper long-term option.
Homeownership is more attainable in some cities than others, especially if you're a first-time buyer. Affordable real estate is hard to come by in America's coastal cities so migrating to the Midwest or the South is a smart bet.
Your retirement account is most likely to hit $1 million around age 59.
America's housing supply reached an all-time low last quarter, and home prices are still on the rise.
San Francisco and San Jose, California, are the hardest places in America to buy a home right now.
Wealthy New York City homebuyers have turned "neighborhood agnostic," according to luxury real estate broker Leonard Steinberg.
The Republican tax bill proposes capping property tax deductions for homeowners at $10,000.
Forget New York — millennials are flocking to 10 US cities to get a job, buy a home, and start a life
Trulia predicts several housing markets in Texas, including San Antonio and Austin, will heat up in 2018.