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Census Bureau: Americans Sticking to Short-Haul Moves

By John Egan   November 27, 2013

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Americans who are on the move aren’t going very far.

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How to Live With Your Parents: 8 Great Tips from Experts

By Clarisa Ramirez   July 15, 2013

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In 2011, Galia Abramson found herself moving back to her parents’ house in Princeton, NJ, at age 22. She spent a year living in an a studio apartment in New York City’s East Village after graduating from New York University—until her rent was raised by $750 a month.

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There’s Something About Austin: A Love Letter to the City

By Jenny Zhang   June 21, 2013

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At some point in the past few decades, Austin transformed into a glossy city grappling with the growing weight of a litany of shiny titles and rankings: next big boomtown, next privileged home of Google Fiber and top vegan-friendly city of 2013 (despite its robust reputation as a barbecue haven), to name a few.

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SpareFoot Survey: One in Six Americans Moved in Past Year

By John Egan   May 22, 2013

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AUSTIN, TX–According to a survey commissioned by self-storage marketplace SpareFoot, one in six American adults (16 percent) moved within the past 12 months, with 57 percent of those movers relocating to homes just 25 miles away or less. The most common reason for relocating was to settle into a bigger or better home (18 percent), and the second most popular reason was moving for work (15 percent). Both of those statistics point to positive economic movement.

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The Costs—and Cost Savings—for Home Improvement Projects

By John Egan   April 24, 2013

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From 1991 to 1999, Tim Allen–familiar to moviegoers as the voice of Buzz Lightyear from “Toy Story”–starred in a TV sitcom called “Home Improvement.” Allen’s amusing and self-assured character, Tim Taylor, hosted a fictional TV show called “Tool Time.”

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