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These cities never hit the highs of the boom cities, and they're bouncing back faster.
According to one analysis, houses within 50 feet of final resting places actually may sell for more per square foot.
Ohio is looking promising. California? Not so much.
Planners hope that 'New Urbanism' ideas, which keep housing close to amenities, will spark development in outdated areas.
One of the world's most best-known ZIPs continues to attract high-end homebuyers.
Casinos have changed the face of Atlantic City since the game was created, but Boardwalk still looks good. Marvin Gardens looks better.
Trulia crunches some numbers to identify cities with the highest wages, least disparity, lowest unemployment – and latest work-start time.
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