House or apartment: which housing is more expedient to buy in the USA

Are you looking for your own home and not sure whether to buy a house or an apartment? This article will explain the advantages and disadvantages of buying each type of home. The difference between a house and an apartment By definition, a house is a detached building ...

13 states where the easiest way to refinance a loan and save on a mortgage

If you previously planned to refinance your mortgage, then it's time to do it, and Business insider explains why. Refinancing is the process of swapping one mortgage for another, usually bringing better terms and rates. With falling interest rates and rising prices ...

Top 15 cities where it is cheaper to buy a house than rent

Having your own home is a big part of the American dream. Rentals may think that buying a home is simply beyond our means. GOBankingRates studied the real estate market in major cities across the country and found 31 where housing is actually cheaper ...

The results are shocking: the number of homeless people in San Francisco increased by 30 percent

Over the past few months, the number of homeless people has been counted in California cities and counties. The results are shocking. San Francisco is no exception. In May, the number of homeless people jumped 17%. Data last week showed that the problem has grown even worse. In San Francisco, homelessness is estimated to have increased by about ...

How much should be earned to buy a house in 15 major US cities

In Columbus, Ohio, you can afford to buy a home for less than $ 30 a year. But in New York, you need to have a six-figure salary for this, according to new figures from Unison, writes CNBC. To determine the required salary, Unison examined the average ...

Features of American real estate, and why there are no fences

I often get questions about American housing. All of you, for sure, watch films where houses are shown without fences, which is very surprising to our compatriots. How so? It's true? - subscribers write to me. Yes, Hollywood often goes overboard and exaggerates some ...

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