February 1, 2024

If you’ve blinked your eyes and find yourself still renting in your ‘boomer’ years chances are you’ve given up on the American Dream of buying a home. After all, who wants to take out a mortgage, if they can get it, at this age, in this economic climate and at these prices. You’re not alone. A new survey lays bare the dilemma of many Baby Boomer renters; Today is the start of Black History Month and California launches the annual observance in a big way; Getting back to high mortgage rates, it seems there’s one demographic who could care less what the interest rate is. They’re snatching up homes at a record pace – and it’s not house flippers either; Wonder why it’s so hard to lose weight in the winter? The answer is simple; and Argentina, like many South American countries, struggles with increasing femicides. The country’s newly elected president isn’t helping. Go beyond the headlines…

Survey: Homeownership Remains Elusive for Baby Boomer Renters

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California introduces first-in-nation slavery reparations package

Record Level of Affluent U.S. Home Buyers Sidestepped High Mortgage Rates and Paid All Cash the Fourth Quarter

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Trees struggle to ‘breathe’ as climate warms, researchers find

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Argentina femicides at record high as Milei dilutes protections

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