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Knowing how the real estate market is performing through hard facts can help investors make a sound investment decision.
Compensation and benefits are not the sole reason a company gets new graduates as applicants; social responsibility is now a new benchmark for success.
The real estate industry is particularly difficult for millennials compared to the previous generations, with rent prices continuously increasing.
Millennials have been struggling financially since the Great Recession. But there are still ways that can help them save up.
Home prices have gone up 35 percent, making it 75 percent more expensive for buyers than just renting a house and delaying a purchase.
Owing to a lesser demand, prices of real estate properties are significantly dropping with over 80 percent expected to be chipped off from the top.
When it comes to money management, baby boomers and millennials have a lot in common, whether it may be on stock investing or retirement planning.
Today's fast-paced living has challenged millennials to create a healthy work-life balance, but there are ways to fix this and achieve a happy lifestyle.
Car subscription services are the latest trend burgeoning in the auto industry today with companies like Audi, Ford and Volvo already onboard.