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The Simple Trick That Could Prevent 40,000 Car Thefts a Year

Experts aren't shocked to find that nearly 127,000 thefts reported between 2012 and 2014 involved keys either left in vehicles or otherwise obtained by thieves.

Will Foreclosure Victims Ruin the Market Now That They're Creditworthy Again?

Some 7.3 million consumers who lost homes to the foreclosure crisis could soon find their credit has recovered enough to let them qualify for mortgages and buy again.

5 Coolest 2015 Cars That You Can Buy for Less Than $18,000

OK, one is a bit more than $18,000, but don't be so strict about cars that make many people say: 'Wow, I'm surprised that car's not more expensive.'

Here Are the Worst Big Cities for Renters Who Love Their Pets

Animal lovers can expect a really ruff time finding apartments in these five cities.

We Win the War Over Who Sells Us Gas: Summer Car Trips Will Be Cheap Like It's 2005

Gas prices will be at lowest summertime level since at least 2009 — and possibly the lowest since 2005, when gas averaged $2.33 a gallon May-to-September.

5 Best Places to Rent for People Who Won’t Give Up Their Pets

Tenants with pets can have a hard time finding apartments, but here's are five U.S. markets that that are tops in animal acceptance.

The Best Big U.S. Cities for Drivers Who Can't Stand Traffic

If you'd rather spend time sitting in a dentist's chair than stuck in traffic, here's a look at some high-population locales with low-stress driving.

Why There Are So Few Houses to Buy, and What You Can Do About It (Not Much)

Housing starts are up, property prices are rising and millions of homeowners are no longer "underwater" — so why the big shortage in homes for sale?

Paradise for Drivers Who Can't Be Bothered to Shop Around for Gas: Wisconsin

Some consumers will love these cities where gas prices aren't necessarily cheap, but where there's barely a fluctuation.

Brace Yourself for Flood of Foreclosures When Boom-Era HELOCs Turn 10

Many underwater homeowners might simply walk away from their homes, letting lenders deal with the problem, but at least another housing bust looks unlikely.

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