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Millennials are trading in expensive cities like New York City for more affordable locations.

More millennials are ditching big US cities for the suburbs, and it shows just how dire the unaffordable housing crisis is

27,000 millennials moved away from major US cities in 2017, reported The Wall Street Journal. Unaffordable housing is driving them to the suburbs.

Vintage photos show what life was like in America’s first suburb in the ’50s

Levittown in Long Island, New York, was built in 1947 as a suburban community for America's growing families. Here's what it was like in the '50s.
Suburban areas are growing in popularity and price.

The 25 US suburbs where home values are growing the fastest, ranked

Suburbs in the South and West are growing in popularity and price. Of the suburbs on our list, 12 are located in Florida and three are in Georgia.
The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, which was passed in 2017, will impact homeowners filing this tax season.

6 of the worst hidden costs of living in the suburbs

Living in the suburbs can be extremely expensive, and often in unexpected ways. Here are the worst ones.
High housing prices are pushing millennials out of the city and into the suburbs.

Millennials are following in baby boomers’ footsteps and heading for the suburbs — but there’s a key difference in how they’re...

Millennials are reviving the suburbs as they flee cities in search of more affordable housing, reported The Wall Street Journal.
New Yorkers are buying weekend homes in the suburbs, like Westchester County.

Wealthy New Yorkers are hunting for weekend homes close to the city, and it’s changing the way people think of the suburbs

Some New York City residents are buying weekend homes in the suburbs, which offer a temporary escape and access to new activities.
Many city dwellers don't feel part of the middle class, according to an INSIDER and Morning Consult survey.

Americans living in suburbs tend to consider themselves middle class, but most city-dwellers can’t say the same

Not many city-dwellers think they're middle class — stark contrast to those living in the suburbs, according to an INSIDER and Morning Consult survey.
Millennials are bringing the exurbs back, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Millennials are choosing to face 2-hour commutes instead of paying exorbitant rates to live in cities, and it’s resurrecting a near-dead part of...

In an effort to avoid high housing prices, more millennials are buying homes in the exurbs, The Wall Street Journal reported.

These are the 20 wealthiest towns in the US

Entry-level income for the 100 richest places topped $200,000, while all of the top 20 had an average income above $300,000 a year.
The center opened to the public in November.

A world-famous architect just opened a. $300 million suburban mall in the middle of a retail apocalypse

The architect behind the new Whitney Museum and New York Times building opened a $300 million Bay Area shopping center.