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2019 is the final class of millennial college graduates. Next stop: The Great American Affordability Crisis.
The last graduating millennials are walking into increased costs for college tuition, housing, healthcare, and childcare. What can be done about it?
Hong Kong is the world's most expensive city to rent in, while San Francisco is the most expensive in the US. See how much it costs to rent worldwide.
Millennials' finances aren't in hot shape, according to an INSIDER and Morning Consult survey — but this financial instability isn't their fault.
Rent in cities like NYC and San Francisco is so expensive that it’s pricing people out of the real-estate market, and some of them are turning t...
In cities like San Francisco, New York, and Chicago, residents are living in houseboats to avoid the city's steep housing costs.
Deciding on where to retire takes a lot of saving and planning. See where homes are more affordable than the average price of a new car — $37,000.
I’m a financial planner — here’s what I tell my 30-something clients who are debating moving out of the city
Moving out of the city may seem like a good way to reduce your expenses, but living in the suburbs isn't necessarily cheaper.
Millennials are making 3 key decisions that are wiping out the starter home — and it’s changing what homeownership in America looks like
Are millennials wiping out the concept of the starter home? Millennials of all income levels aren't buying starter homes because of pricier real estate.
Millennials are choosing to face 2-hour commutes instead of paying exorbitant rates to live in cities, and it’s resurrecting a near-dead part of...
In an effort to avoid high housing prices, more millennials are buying homes in the exurbs, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Using data from the Census Bureau, we found the town in each state with the lowest median monthly costs for homeowners.
If you're asking yourself "Should I rent or buy?" the answer comes down to whether you value certainty or flexibility more, says an early retiree.