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More homeowners who scored a low interest rate are spending $50,000 or more to renovate
Many homeowners today are spending tens of thousands of dollars remodeling and renovating their homes purchased during the pandemic. Read More
‘Show me the money’: Americans care less about patriotism and religion and more about money, poll shows.
A new poll found that 39% of Americans say religion is very important to them, while 38% say patriotism is very important. Read More
These housing markets are cooling the most. Tech cities are high on the list.
A new report from Redfin says that the fastest-slowing housing markets are on the West Coast — from Seattle to San Jose. Read More
A few lessons that recent bank failures can teach you about your own finances
Bank execs ignored risky concentration, bought fixed-income investments with low interest rates, and made a flawed assumption. Don’t make the same mistakes. Read More
The all-new BMW i7: This futuristic, luxury electric sedan is a thrill to drive
The first all-electric 7 Series has the luxury and technology you’d expect from a flagship luxury sedan and up to 318 miles of range. Pricing starts at $119,300 Read More
Americans are warming up to electric cars, but still divided over them
Americans are split roughly into thirds on acceptance of EVs, a recent poll has found. Read More
Why would a financial planner team up with a nutrition coach? To attract millennials, of course.
Early-career professionals get expert advice even if they haven’t amassed much wealth. Read More
Working from home is good for women, families and business. Employers shouldn’t be so eager to get workers back to the office.
Remote work, especially for women of childbearing age, could be a simple, cost-effective way to help families achieve a work-life balance, writes DJ Nordquist. Read More