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Gas Prices Should Drop Below $2 a Gallon by Christmas

Despite this week's brief oil rebound, pump prices appear poised to hit a nearly seven-year low by December.

4 Problems to Fix for $3,000 or Less to Boost Your Home's Sales Price

Here's how to get your property ready for showings without spending a fortune.

5 Best Back-to-School Cars 2015
5 Best Back-to-School Cars 2015

08/26/15 - 01:53 PM EDT

Whether your little scholar is headed off to college or just high school, here are Kelley Blue Book's picks for which car to send him off in.

Millennials Can Become Homeowners Most Easily Here

Young Americans who aspire to own their own homes should forget about high-paying jobs on Wall Street or in Silicon Valley and move to low-cost Akron or Scranton instead.

Here Are Cities Where Millennials Can Actually Afford to Buy a Home

Young Americans who aspire to own their own homes should forget about high-paying jobs on Wall Street or in Silicon Valley and move to low-cost Akron or Scranton instead.

Why Auto Recalls Are at Record Highs, and What That Means for Consumers

Automakers have been recalling vehicles at a pace race-car drivers would envy for everything from potentially exploding airbags to stalling engines. What's going wrong, and how worried should consumers be?

What Home Buyers Really Look for in Their Next Neighborhood

Americans all want homes with big yards, good schools, nearby public transportation and short commutes, right? Wrong, a poll of more than 10,000 consumers has found.

Some Strange, Surprising Truths About Car Insurance

People are shocked when they find out how many variables go into car insurance rates. Where you live, whether you're married — all of it affects what drivers get charged.

Home Prices Are Rising About 17 Times as Fast as Our Wages

Property values snapped back after the recession not because of average Americans, but because investors and well-heeled consumers jumped in. Here's why that's a problem.

Dirty Secret: Most Green-Car Owners Go Back to Gasoline

A record share of hybrid and electric-car owners are swapping their 'green' models for sport utility vehicles as low fuel prices make gas guzzlers less expensive to operate.

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