Five Things You Need to Know Today

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The Most and Least Affordable Cities in America


Some cities require you to make a high salary to afford a home, but others require an annual salary of a little over $30,000 a year. Take a look at the top 10 cities that don’t require a high salary and the top 10 that do. pulled together these interesting statistics.


The Top 4 Reasons to Buy a Home in the Fall


The Top 4 Reasons to Buy a Home in the Fall

As the leaves begin to change and temperatures start to drop, the reality that summer is over becomes an unavoidable fact. Fall is here and with the change in seasons comes a change in the real estate market. The summer market was characterized by escalating home prices and limited supply. With [...]

Old American Spy Town For Sale In West Virginia

An entire American town is up for auction. Sugar Grove Station in West Virginia was built as a United States Navy military base to support the National Security Agency’s surveillance operation.

Off-Campus Housing in the Boston-Area Rated One of the Most Expensive In The Country

If you are a college student looking for off-campus housing for the coming semester and are planning to live within a 1 mile radius from your school, brace yourself!

RadPad, a startup specializing in apartment searches, compiled a list of?50 universities that have the most expensive off-campus apartments.?Boston area schools took up a full fifth of the chart. The rankings are based on the average rent for a 2 bedroom apartment within 1 mile from the campus.

The Most Haunted ZIP Codes In America


With Halloween right around the corner, RealtyTrac decided to narrow down the 5 most haunted zipcodes in the U.S. Over 22,000 homes stand empty around the U.S. with their previous owners deceased. For reference, that's about one in every 5,973 houses nationwide. However, there are more than 20 areas where that ratio increases to one in