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The Best Cities for Raising a Family

When deciding on where to live, most homebuyers consider what might be best, and safest, for their kids. Click through to find out which cities are excellent for families searching for a home, and which fall short.

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The Top 10 Cities for Retirement

Florida

From metros that offer the lowest cost of living, to those where the annual cost of in-home services is the cheapest, here’s a list of cities that are best suited for those looking to hang up their spurs.

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House-Flipping Hot Spots

home flipping

Even in a tough seller's market, there's money to be made in flipping houses. A new report looks at where renovation dollars provide the best ROI.

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And the Best-Run City in America Is …

urban

A study ranking 150 cities on the basis of their operating efficiency looked at the best and worst in keeping the best services and budgets for their residents. While the best city isn’t what one would expect, the worst one may or may not surprise.

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Debt and Regret Among Some Homebuyers

Purchasing a home is unquestionably one of the biggest expenditures most consumers will make in a lifetime. It’s exciting, it’s nerve-wracking, it’s fraught with decisions. And when you finally find the “perfect” space to call your own, it’s also nearly ...

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Which States Are Best for Millennials?

homebuyers

Determining the best states for millennials to live in is not as straightforward as it might at first seem, but signs do point toward the upper Midwest. So says a new report from WalletHub that looks at where being a ...

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10 Cities With the Best and Worst Credit Scores

A new report by WalletHub shows that when it comes to solid credit, residents of several cities in Florida and California have the edge on the rest of the country. The firm compared the median credit scores of residents in ...

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America’s 10 Hardest-Working Cities

The Bay Area might be among the most expensive housing markets in the country, but the residents there indeed work for their living, according to WalletHub's Hardest-Working Cities in America report. WalletHub's 2018 numbers find that San Franciscans are the ...

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The Best and Worst States for Property Taxes

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average American household spends $2,197 on property taxes for their homes each year. That’s no small chunk of change for many households, so property taxes are inevitably a factor when homebuyers are trying ...

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