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Where Immigrants are Buying

With immigration reaching a new peak, a recent study looks at where new Americans are buying. Find out which cities have the highest proportions of foreign-born homeowners.

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Triggering Homeownership

A new look at vacancy rates among renters and owners suggests an uptick in wanting to buy. But this push may be making it harder to purchase a home.

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Homeownership Gets a Boost from Young Americans

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The homeownership rate ticked up slightly from last year, prompted by a jump in millennial owners, according to a Census Bureau survey. Here are some of the factors that are driving more buyers from this generation to purchase a house.

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Multigenerational Households on the Rise

As of 2016, one in five Americans lived in a multigenerational household. That’s the key revelation from a newly released Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census data, revealing that the percentage of multigenerational American households has reached a level ...

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Construction Spending on the Upswing

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Overall construction spending increased by 3.0 percent year-over-year according to the latest monthly Construction Spending Report released by the U.S. Census Bureau. The report also found a month-over-month spending increase, with overall construction spending inching upwards from $1,272.2 billion in ...

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