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All-In or Off-Limits: Where to Find the Nation’s Most and Least Affordable Neighborhoods

In seven large metros– San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, San Diego, Portland, Ore., Miami and...
Cheryl Young
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Getting Around, or Just Getting By? Where People Live With Fewer Cars

The character of neighborhoods is greatly influenced by the prevalence of cars. Residents of some...
Issi Romem
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The IPO Wave of 2019 Won’t Upend the Bay Area Housing Market

The impending wave of San Francisco tech IPOs is substantial and will influence San Francisco rea...
Issi Romem
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Good News: There Are More Starter and Trade-Up Homes. Bad News: It’s Not What You Think

For the first time since Q3 2016, the number of U.S. homes for sale did not decline year-over-yea...
Felipe Chacón
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Making a Housing Wage: Where Teachers, First Responders and Restaurant Workers Can Live Where They Work

As home price growth outstrips wage growth, occupations such as teachers, first responders and re...
Cheryl Young
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Shift to More Buyer-Friendly Conditions Chipping Away at U.S. Home Sellers’ Years-Long Advantages

Though sellers still largely have the upper hand, the U.S. housing market is gradually shifting i...
Felipe Chacón, Elliott Deal
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The Birthplace of Sprawl Embraces Public Transit: The Metro System as a Selling Point in Los Angeles

The share of listings in L.A. including public transit keywords such as “metro” or “subway” has d...
Elliott Deal
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The Outlook for This Spring and Beyond

The housing market is cooling and appears to be in the early stages of a cyclical downturn, as ev...
Issi Romem, Cheryl Young