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Sometimes you can go home again

by Amy Scott Apr 17, 2019
Our housing reporter revisits her childhood home 30 years later and discovers just how much homeownership has changed — and stayed the same.
Amy Scott in her old room.
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Rising costs will continue to hit homebuilders

by Erika Beras Dec 26, 2018
New home sales have been slipping most of the year for a variety of reasons
A worker builds a new home at the Pulte Homes Fireside at Norterra-Skyline housing development on March 5, 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona.
Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Divided Decade

Divided Decade: How the financial crisis changed housing

by Tommy Andres Dec 17, 2018
Ten years ago the economy broke and changed the way we live.
There are now more renters than homeowners in almost half of major U.S. cities, according to census data from 2006 through 2016. Above, a residential area near Pittsburgh in 2010.
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Divided Decade

How the financial crisis changed the way we think about home

by Reema Khrais Jun 29, 2018
Designers, architects and the president of IKEA U.S. weigh in.
Home stager Meridith Baer says after the recession, people looked for clean, simple home design.
Courtesy of Meridith Baer Home

Rent or own? The affordability conundrum

by Mitchell Hartman Jan 12, 2018
“Comparing whether to buy or rent is really picking the lesser of two affordability evils,” says ATTOM Data Solutions' vice president.
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Building tiny homes for the homeless

by Raghu Manavalan Jul 24, 2015
South Los Angeles resident Elvis Summers explains how and why he builds his shelters.

Want to buy a fixer-upper? Head to the Rust Belt

by Shannon Mullen Jun 6, 2013
RealtyTrac has released its list of the top cities for fixer-upper houses. At the top of the list: Detroit and other Rust Belt cities.

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MID-DAY UPDATE: Obama defends efforts in Libya, home prices continue to decline

by Katharine Crnko Mar 29, 2011
Here are the latest headlines from the Marketplace Morning Report and around the web....
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by Katharine Crnko Mar 21, 2011
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The Punchline

National Geographic tests the logic of Pixar's 'Up'

by Katharine Crnko Mar 8, 2011
Pixar's "Up" has captured the hearts and minds of adventurers everywhere. Who hasn't dreamed of simply floating away from life's routines in ...