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U.S Home Rental Cost Growth is Slowing

By Josh Boak and Jennifer Kay | Mar 24
U.S. renters saw their monthly leases rise at a significantly slower pace in February, a sign that new construction may be starting to limit housing costs for apartment dwellers.

The Young and the Nestless

By Susan Haigh | Mar 11
Realizing that millennials are burdened with debt, a difficult job market, and weak wage growth, some states are looking to keep educated young professionals within their borders for years to come by helping out with housing costs.

House Browse :: Garrison, NY Property on the Hudson Comes Fully Loaded!

Feb 19
Another fine property from Robert A. McCaffrey Realty is this Garrison, NY state of the art stunner on the Hudson, complete with dock and boat launch. $1,125,000

House Browse :: Hudson Valley Hideaway in Carmel, NY

Feb 19
Robert A. McCaffrey Realty offers this Ultimate Weekend Get Away, located just minutes off the Taconic. Low maintenance, high end appointments, and wooded serenity add up to a house you can happily call home. $697,500

Welcome to the 'Agrihood': Homes Built Around Working Farms

By Dean Fosdick | Feb 10
Welcome to "agrihoods" - pastoral ventures with healthier foods as their focus.

As Wealthy Brazilians Snap Up Miami Real Estate, Few Benefit

By Josh Boak and Jennifer Kay | Jan 19
Call it detox and retox: Around the country, yogis are jumping up from savasana and hopping onto a barstool as yoga classes are making their way into breweries.

Couple Struggles to Sell 'Silence of the Lambs' House

Jan 12
A Pennsylvania couple is struggling to sell a house used as the home of psychotic killer Buffalo Bill in the 1991 film "The Silence of the Lambs."

Playboy Mansion for Sale But Hugh Hefner Wants to Stay Put

By Daisy Nguyen | Jan 11
The Playboy Mansion is up for sale but longtime resident Hugh Hefner wants to stay put.

Invisible Disaster Drives Homeowners from Upscale L.A. Community

Jan 11
A methane leak in the Los Angeles suburb of Porter Ranch is wreaking havoc on residents' lives.

Cities Look at Subsidized Housing to Stem Teacher Shortages

By Lisa Leff | Jan 5
Inspired by the success in the heart of the Silicon Valley of a 70-unit teachers-only apartment complex, school districts are considering buying or building rent-subsidized apartments as a way to attract and retain teachers.

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