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In a survey from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), one-third of respondents thought that saving for a down-payment would be “very difficult” despite the fact that the average down payment is only six percent.

The City Council of Boulder, Colorado is currently considering loosening restrictive policies regarding the construction of accessory dwelling units (ADUs).

ADUs increase the density of a city without increasing its sprawl. They can be built to accommodate extra family members or to rent out for extra income, but their effect on neighborhood populations can make them controversial.

Recent analysis from SmartAsset ranked the nation’s most livable mid-sized cities. Highland’s Ranch, Colorado and Cary, North Carolina topped its list.

The Economic Innovation Group, a nonprofit research and advocacy organization, recently released a report and interactive tool showing the levels of economic distress in U.S. neighborhoods.

A recent national survey from Experian reveals that millennials are increasingly opting out of homeownership, the Washington Post reports.

      
Yahoo! Finance Headlines

Social Security Forfeiture: What Are the 2018 Income Limits?Make sure that you know the consequences of earning too much.


Hawaiian Airlines Will Buy Boeing's 787-9 Dreamliner, and It Makes No SenseIn a perplexing move, Hawaiian Airlines plans to dump its order for six Airbus A330-800neos in favor of Boeing's 787-9 model.


Six Flags and Cedar Fair Aren't Phoning It In This SummerRegional amusement park operators are set to cash in as Disney and Universal lie low in 2018.


Silicon Valley is so expensive that even Facebook and Apple employees can't afford to live near the officeSilicon Valley's housing crisis is serious. A new report from Open Listings reveals that workers at five major tech companies, including Apple, Facebook, and Google, would have to spend over 28% of their salary to pay a monthly mortgage on a home near work. Software engineers at Apple have it worst.


GE asset sales catch the attention of private equity firmsCarlyle Group Co-CEO Glenn Youngkin discusses how his company plans to continue its success and what the future holds for General Electric.


      
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