Across the country, housing prices continue to shoot upwards. One-bedroom apartments have jumped 13.03% in the past year, and the average price for a two bedroom apartment is up 11.6%. Today, a one bedroom rental in America averages $1,509 per month, and the average cost of a two-bedroom apartment is $1795. While the overall trends show rental prices increasing nationwide, housing trends are fairly localized, with each state and metro area telling its own story. Read on to see how your hometown fits into the national trends.

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Life on the Last Frontier

Are you lured by the call of the wild? Are you fascinated by manifest destiny? Maybe you should move to Alaska. This northern state is as beautiful as it is isolated.

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How Hurricane Harvey Has Affected Housing in Houston

Before Hurricane Harvey devastated the city, Houston was making a name for itself as an affordable city with a strong economy that was attracting more and more millennials every year. How will Harvey's destruction affect Houston's housing market? Read on for our breakdown of the short-term impacts of the hurricane.

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3 Affordable Beach Towns

Everyday is a vacation when you live on the beach. Believe it or not, you can live on the water without spending a fortune. Read on for a profile of three charming beach towns that won't break the bank.

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Four Cities Where Rent Is Increasing Fastest

Many of the top housing markets in the country are seeing a rental price decrease. Rents in Los Angeles have dropped 7.4%, and even the notorious San Francisco has seen rental prices go down by 3.4% in the past year. Although rental markets in many major cities are softening, some smaller cities are ...

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