In just a few months, the Class of 2014 will be donning their mortarboards to take that long, decisive step to the commencement stage and then out into the world. Unfortunately, with double-digit unemployment for those aged 18 to 34, this isn’t a great time to start a career. In fact, this age range accounts for half of almost 11 million unemployed Americans.
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Southern California is a great place to live with beautiful weather year-round, gorgeous natural treasures and exciting things to do. The question is, where in Southern California should you settle? When it comes to the decision of Riverside County versus Orange County, here’s a breakdown of all the stats and facts to help you make the right choice.
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The Carolinas offer up the best of everything, from lush forests and scenic mountains to rich and rewarding cultural experiences. There are warm beaches, charming historic neighborhoods, and bustling metropolises — all with excellent schools, lots of jobs, and plenty of parks. Here are some of the best places to lay down roots in the Carolinas.
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When one thinks of the most expensive cities in the country, New York invariably comes to mind. In fact, New York, N.Y. placed sixth on Forbes list of the World’s Most Expensive Billionaire Cities. It didn’t make the list, however, of the five least affordable housing markets. In fact, all five markets lie in the western part of the country. The folks at Trulia measured affordability using current asking prices for an 1,800 square-foot home, with a mortgage payment on a
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Some cities are better than others for certain jobs. Looking for a manufacturing job? Head to Houston, Texas. Billboard magazine insists that Los Angeles, Calif. is the place to go if you’re a musician looking for a gig. Out-of-work finance professionals would be wise to head to Dallas, Texas. In fact, cities in Texas dominate most lists of those with the largest projected rate of job growth. Forbes’ list of Best and Worse Places for Job Growth, for example, lists seven Texas cities
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Things have changed quite a bit in the Denver, Colo. real estate market since “the blood in the streets” days of yesteryear. The Denver market has begun to recover with a vengeance. I watched the money dry up as the investors bought everything in sight, and eventually even the investors were out of money. Back in 2007 they were buying condos out in Aurora at 50 percent off their peak 2005 price. Back then, the market was flooded with inventory and no money was available as the banks tightened up.
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Leiper’s Fork is a tiny village in Williamson County located just 30 miles south of Nashville, resting halfway between the cities of Franklin and Fairview. Families looking to live in an authentic rural environment come to Lieper’s Fork for its Southern charm. And despite the fact that there is only one main road running through town, folks here still have access to the perks of big-city living with all that Nashville has to offer; there are ample
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It may be the birthplace of the blues, but Tennessee is singing an optimistic tune. “Some areas are really hot, and some are harder because they are isolated from the big cities,” said Cathy Glass, Realtor® with Realty Executive Associates. Glass recommends buying a home around the Nashville area or looking at real estate near Knoxville. “The great thing about Knoxville is it is a big city, but with a hometown feel to it, and home prices in the area are relatively good compared
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