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A New Report Exaggerates the Problem of Housing Affordability To Push Expensive Federal Interventions
The picture is particularly bad in a number of California cities—the third most unaffordable state according ... A plurality (roughly 15 percent) take four years to finish. Over half of projects take ... read more
Bring Back Flophouses, Rooming Houses, and Microapartments
Most Americans live in houses or apartments that they own or rent. But a century ago, other less expensive choices were just as common: renting space in families ... the English call “bedsits.” In the ... read more
Australians are reluctant renters - but it doesn't have to be this way
Renting doesn't have to be something you do ... in France on and off over the years. The last time was in the beautiful city of Lyon, where we struggled to get a three year lease - our landlord wanted ... read more
Save Your Money! Here Are the 6 Most Affordable Cities to Live In
If you're looking to get more for your money and keep your housing costs to a minimum, here are six to explore. Despite the fact that New York has the highest state income taxes in the country, Buffal... read more
Chevrolet Bolt Beats Out Tesla Model S To Become Consumer Reports’ Range Champion
Consumer Reports is attempting to compare the semi-affordable Bolt against the cheapest Tesla it had available for testing ... Both are eligible for the $7,500 federal tax credit. Our Bolt Premier cos... read more
College cuts its tuition by 33%
The College Board says that the average yearly cost for a four-year public university for an in-state student is now $8,240. For a private college, it’s $28,500 per year. William Thierfelder, presiden... read more
Color of Money Live (April 5)
And, renting is expensive ... cash for most of the home improvements so luckily we are not upside down on our mortgage. This has led me to think about the Rent vs Ownership debate. I figured out how m... read more
The E-Cat is back, and people are still falling for it!
Image credit: John Cooke, of "Piltdown Man", one of history's most elaborate scientific hoaxes ... where it was drew over 900 W of power for about a third of the time, and then far less for the other ... read more
Blackstone, other investors snap up thousands of Tampa Bay rental homes
Few are mightier than the Blackstone Group, which dropped $150 million to buy 1,000 Tampa Bay homes — in just the last six ... years, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco economists said in October. ... read more
Study finds price of wind energy in US at an all-time low, averaging under 2.5 cent/kWh
"Wind energy prices—particularly in the central United States—have hit new lows, with utilities selecting wind as the low cost option," Berkeley Lab Senior Scientist Ryan Wiser said. "Moreover, enable... read more
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High speed and high cost: Are we heading towards a major rail project?
Working in favour of high speed rail is that its cost has come down, particularly following its massive ... adding that it ultimately "would have a profound and positive transformational effect on how ... read more
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