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These 4 charts break down the details behind Millennials living at home

Student debt, housing affordability and income are commonly tossed out as the culprits behind Millennials needing to move back in with their parents. The details, however, expand a lot farther than there, as a new report from ABODO, an apartment hunting website, unravels after analyzing data from the U.S. Census Bureau.

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March 24th, 2017|

Source Sports

A tipping point nears for supply chains, as technology alters domestic capability and new policy puts global procurement plans at risk.

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March 24th, 2017|

Home Values Up 7% in February

Home values across the country are up 7% since last February, with 3% fewer homes to choose from than a year ago, and the median U.S. home value is $195,700, the highest value since June 2007, according to the February Zillow® Real Estate Market Reports released Thursday.

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March 23rd, 2017|

Planning Ahead for 55-Plus

Will new communities for retiring or soon-to-retire households serve those who haven’t prepared as well for the next lifestage?

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March 23rd, 2017|

Positive Trend for New Home Sales

Contracts for new home sales expanded by 6.1% in February, according to estimates from the joint data release of HUD and the Census Bureau. The growth in sales continues along a positive trend for the market, which is supported by solid job growth, improving household formations, continuing favorable housing affordability conditions, and tight existing home inventory.

Read more at Eye On Housing

March 23rd, 2017|