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Looking for America’s next emerging ‘hot’ housing market? The Midwest may provide a lucrative blueprint.
The Midwest has gained prominence in recent months among investors. Analysts say there are valuable lessons to be learned.
‘I can’t sustain this pace’: I’m 61, single and have an MBA. I’m draining my savings after losing my job. What’s my next move?
‘I was let go from my six-figure job. I was unable to find a similar job, even with an MBA.’
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Ending legacy admissions at Ivy League schools could have a ‘significant impact on the diversity of the American elite,’ researchers say
Money and tradition are among the obstacles to college-admissions reform, former Amherst College president said.
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Kim Kardashian sells one of her extra homes in Hidden Hills for $3.5 million
Conventional wisdom suggests that a homebuyer should not spend more than 30% of their income on housing. That may need to change.