Using data compiled by real estate market data firm Altos Research, Forbes Magazine recently presented America’s most expensive ZIP codes for 2012.
From a list of 744 eligible towns nationwide, Carmel, Indiana ranked first in CNNMoney’s Top Places To Live 2012.
Parks help cities to attract home buyers, to retain retired homeowners, and to raise home values. And now, with the creation of ParkScore, it’s easy to compare park systems between cities.
Nationwide, the U.S. housing market is showing signs of recovery. Some markets are expected to recover more quickly than others.
Looking for a great place to raise a family? Forbes Magazine has a list that may help you.
As compared to gloomy days, do “sunny days” put you in a good mood? See where your city ranks on the Sunniest Cities list.
Using Quality of Life factors such as education, crime and “town spirit”, and focusing on towns with between 8,500 and 50,000 residents, CNNMoney ranks the country’s best “small towns”.
There are some U.S. towns in which the cost of living remains affordable — and downright cheap — as compared to the national average.
In a recent BusinessWeek analysis, it was shown that one-third of the nation’s 50 most expensive small towns experienced a median price increase between 2010 and 2011.
A recent joint report from Forbes and GreatSchools debunks a powerful myth in housing. There’s little correlation between Public School Quality and the Median Price Point for a home.