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Life-stage transitions continue to shape housing market

Predictions that aging baby boomers would flock to retirement havens or that millennials would split from the lifestyle patterns of their parents and shun a suburban existence appear to have been premature. As recent market studies show — for both buyers and sellers...

source: By Michael J. Berens
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For a growing number of contractors, the worker shortage is reaching a critical stage, and the problem will only worsen as increasing numbers of construction workers "age out" and take their knowledge and skills with them. Some estimates predict a shortage of 31 million...

source: For Construction Pros

You can often trace out-of-control construction project costs back to one thing: an inability to finish on time. If you want to stay on budget, you must stay on schedule. But with so many moving parts and inevitable surprises along the way, how is this even possible?

source: Capterra Construction Management Blog

To state the obvious, Philadelphia's housing market is nothing like New York or San Francisco's. The median monthly housing cost in SF is somewhere around $1,700, while in Philly it's nearly half that, at $904. So in what cities...

source: Curbed Philadelphia

Peter Fader, a professor of marketing at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, has long yearned for the city life. For 20 years, though, he and his wife, Mina, have deferred that dream, living in a Philadelphia suburb to raise their two children in a 3,500-square-foot...

source: Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Location is the great boast of south-central Pennsylvania. Closer proximity to the coast gives the region an economic advantage over western neighbors. With railroads coming together and two major interstates running through the region, Harrisburg has become a distribution...

source: Technical.ly

Predictions that aging baby boomers would flock to retirement havens or that millennials would split...

source: By Michael J. Berens

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