Kjara Smith, 30, dreamed of buying a home in Centennial Hills, a manicured Las Vegas suburb brimming with shops, restaurants and parks where she had been living with her aunt and other relatives. Her could
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DENVER—For Janessa White, the American dream of a red brick house on a tree-lined street blocks from a good elementary school remains obtainable. She just has to rent it. Ms. White and her boyfriend moved
A few months ago, I was in the incredibly fortunate position of receiving a call from my real estate agent. He’d found a unit about to go on the market that would make, he thought, a strong investment.
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New York (CNN Business) — Microsoft president Brad Smith thinks it's time antitrust laws are updated for the digital age. Rather than the traditional method of calculating a company's market share, Smith
(CNN) — One man in Jupiter, Florida, decided that he could make a difference in his town by paying off the lunch debt for every child in the system. It all started with a Facebook post. Angie Vyas-Knight,
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