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London is the second-most popular city.

The world’s richest people are flocking to these 17 cities

Rich people with a net worth of $30 million or more love spending money on real estate, and they have favorite cities from New York to Geneva.

Forget New York — millennials are flocking to 10 US cities to get a job, buy a home, and start a life

Trulia predicts several housing markets in Texas, including San Antonio and Austin, will heat up in 2018.
"Rent is so high they can't even afford a car," a partner at Patterson and Sheridan told The New York Times.

San Francisco rent is so expensive that a law firm bought a $3 million plane to fly its people in from Texas instead of having them live there

Rent in San Francisco is three times that in Houston. To cut costs, the law firm Patterson and Sheridan flies its Houston lawyers to the Bay Area monthly.
California has made it easier for homeowners to build accessory dwelling units (ADUs), or "granny flats," in their backyards.

America’s future depends on the death of the single-family home

Single-family neighborhoods, a hallmark of the American Dream, are outliving their usefulness. To afford housing, America will need to make some big changes.
The new tax plan just dealt a blow to many would-be homeowners.

A crucial line in Trump’s new tax plan will make it a lot harder to buy a $1 million home

Trump's new tax plan proposes cutting the home-mortgage-interest deduction limit in half.

10 US cities that make it easier to build wealth thanks to savings in one key area

Wealth isn't just income — it's about keeping major expenses low so you can save and invest more.

Here’s how much it costs each month to own a home in the 15 largest US metros

The monthly cost of owning a home includes your mortgage payment, property taxes, and homeowner's insurance.

Millennials are finally buying homes and it means ‘pent up demand’ could last for years

Home Depot noticed an uptick in the increase of first-time homebuyers that visited its stores for supplies.

The hidden costs of owning a home in the 16 biggest cities in America

San Francisco homeowners pay the most of the metros, shelling out around $16,000 annually.

6 reasons that explain why more millennials aren’t buying homes

Millennial homeownership trails the rest of the population, and it has nothing to do with avocado toast.