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The front of a $1 million home for sale in Baltimore, Maryland.

What a $1 million home looks like in 25 major American cities

A million-dollar listing isn't the luxury it once was. Here's what a million-dollar home looks like in the 25 most populous cities across America, according to listings on Zillow and Trulia.
A $250,000 home for sale in Phoenix, Arizona.

What a $250,000 home looks like in 25 major US cities

We teamed up with Trulia to see what a $250,00 home looks like in the 25 most populous cities in the US.
Many rich millennials own homes in the northeast.

25 of the top ZIP codes where rich millennials are snapping up homes across the US

Where are rich millennials living? Many rich millennials own homes in the northeast, while others own homes out west.
Many rich millennials own homes in the northeast.

25 of the top ZIP codes where rich millennials are snapping up homes across the US

Where are rich millennials living? Many rich millennials own homes in the northeast, while others own homes out west.
This coastal California property is less than $500,000.

11 stunning island and beachfront homes for sale across the US for under $1 million

Island and beachfront homes don't have to cost millions. We teamed up with Trulia to find some of the most affordable ones in the US, including a Hamptons cottage.
Renting is 5.5% cheaper than buying in San Francisco.

Homes have become so expensive in the Bay Area that renting is now a better deal than buying

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.

LeBron James is now a Laker — take a tour of the $23 million mansion he bought in Los Angeles

Basketball superstar LeBron James just purchased a second home in Los Angeles for $23 million. The newly-built mansion is his third house overall.
Tacolicious, a popular Mexican restaurant in San Francisco, employees front-of-house workers. But some of the city's restaurants either can't find or afford them.

The San Francisco housing market is so absurd that restaurants are putting diners to work because they can’t afford to pay waiters

Housing in San Francisco is so costly, restaurant workers are leaving the city for more affordable regions, according to The New York Times. Some of the city's restaurants can't find — or can't afford — workers. They're finding solutions for operating without a staff.
A penthouse in Sunny Isles, Florida, 46 stories above the ocean is listed for $36 million.

See inside the 15 most expensive penthouses for sale in America

Penthouses boast a lot of luxury, particularly the sunning panoramic views their high-in-the-sky location affords. With the help of Trulia, we compiled the 15 most expensive penthouses for sale in America, from Honolulu and Miami to New York City.

What a $500,000 home looks like in 25 major cities across America

The size of a half-million dollar home can vary drastically across the US. To compare, we asked Trulia to gather listings in the $500,000 range for the country's largest metro areas by population. Buyers are getting a lot less for their money in New York than Dallas or Chicago.