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Last updated: May 5, 2020 • Real Estate Market

Passive houses

Building passive houses gets easier by the year and it’s a highly promoted alternative by developers as the benefits outweigh the costs. As energy costs increase every year, passive houses in the US gain momentum. Another factor that helps their popularity is the growing awareness of our limited resources and the effects that global warming …

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Last updated: May 8, 2020 • Real Estate Market

Fastest-Growing Cities in the U.S. in 2020

Wherever you live in the U.S. or wherever you intend to move to, there is a constant change happening all around the country. Economical growth or new tech hubs that develop in certain areas have an impact on population growth. Some cities may lose at this game and see their population decreasing, while their metropolitan …

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Last updated: May 6, 2020 • Real Estate Market

What are home buyers looking for in 2020

We have a new decade before us and you could already see yourself settled in your dream home, with all the features and the design you have always wanted. Year 2020 could be the year that dream becomes a reality and you find fulfilment in reaching for the American dream of homeownership. Probably you’ve been …

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Last updated: May 7, 2020 • Real Estate Market

Cities Most Vulnerable to Being Hit First by a Recession

More Americans live in urban areas than in 1950 and urbanization will continue to increase up to 90% by 2050, according to the predictions made by the Census Bureau. Three percent of the land hosts all the urban population, while the rural land, which makes 97% of the US territory, is home to only 19% …

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Last updated: May 13, 2020 • Real Estate Market

Top 5 Most Expensive Cities to Live in the USA

Have we made America great again in our pursuit of the American Dream? How far are we willing to go for it? We put a price tag on everything and we forget to enjoy the little things. Let’s imagine that the US is like the human body and we run an x-ray scan in order …

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