Institutional buyers need somewhere to go after burning through available inventory in the first wave of distressed markets.
Penny-pinching car owners can expect to find the lowest gas prices on Wednesdays in South Dakota but Thursdays in Delaware and Maryland.
Careers with weak homeownership need periodic moves or are centered in big cities where renting is more common.
If you like big automobiles but live on a small budget, here's a look at some 2014s likely to cost you less to own over the long haul.
Ranchers and other Americans in certain occupations have unusually high homeownership rates, for reasons you might not guess.
Finding a great deal on wheels involves looking at not just cars' sticker prices, but also at their expected fuel use and other costs.
America's $7.25-an-hour minimum wage doesn't go far these days, but in these places it can get you to homeownership.
You definitely don't want to take these five models to a Greenpeace convention.
These five locations are top of the heap -- but that heap is made of money.
Whether you're looking to increase the amount of 'green' on the planet or just in your wallet by reducing your gasoline consumption, these are the cars.