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On the bright side? At least beer has gotten cheaper.
A U.S. treasury report from August shows that money laundering is way more common in high-end real estate than you might think.
After a decade of apartment life, a Pittsburgh couple purchased their first property in the city.
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington says Kushner hasn't disclosed everything.
Real estate booms in powerhouse cities with limited room for expansion have caused parking-space prices to explode in recent years.
Good luck buying a house or apartment with your avocado savings.