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A Navy weapons station full of WWII-era ammunition bunkers could be transformed into 13,000 new homes in the Bay Area
In Concord, California, dozens of empty bunkers once housed World War II munitions. The site could become a new housing community.
High paying jobs, great health, and free time galore: The 13 US cities where people enjoy the most balanced lifestyles
Factors from income equality to average hours of sleep helped MagnifyMoney identify the US cities where residents live the most balanced lifestyles.
Hudson Yards is now officially New York City's most expensive neighborhood, with a median sale price of nearly $5 million.
People on Reddit are slamming a 200-square-foot San Diego ‘shed’ that rents for more than $1,000 a month, but it’s just the latest e...
A 200-square-foot studio apartment in in the University Heights section of San Diego, originally listed for $1,100, is sparking outrage online.
These are the cities where the unemployment rates are high and a jarring number of people spend more than 50% of their income on housing.
61% of millennials said they’ve delayed buying a house because of student-loan debt, a new study found
Student-loan debt and skyrocketing housing prices make homeownership unaffordable for many millennials.
There’s a simple math rule that can determine if you should rent or buy a home, according to 2 early retirees who think buying a house to live i...
Multiplying your monthly mortgage payment by 150% will show you how much your house will cost per month with all expenses, say two early retirees.
America is swept up in tiny-house fever — here’s how much it’ll actually cost to build one of your own
The cost to build a tiny house varies greatly and is based on several factors, including location, materials, and labor.
In some expensive housing markets, it can still be a stretch for even the highest earners to comfortably afford a home, a LendingTree report found.
The monthly median rent for a studio in Manhattan this summer hit an astonishing 11-year high, and the city’s prices are driving people away in ...
One year's worth of rent in Manhattan is more than three-quarters of the country's average annual salary, which is $47,060.