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AAA warns parents as cold weather grips America that kids in puffy coats or snowsuits can fly right out of even the best car seats during accidents.
Economists predict this will be the last hurrah for sub-4% home loans, and possibly even for sub-5% ones. The Fed seems pretty sure too.
Women just want a car that gets them from Point A to Point B, but men want to show off where they are in life, a study says.
One prediction expects home prices to rise in the coming year, but more slowly than in the past couple of years.
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OpenDoor.com is working on selling houses in three days with no real estate agents or repairs — heck, you might not even have to sweep the floor.
Dec. 31 delivers the biggest percentage discount of the year off of manufacturer's suggested retail prices, a TrueCar analysis says.
The firm looked at today's median prices, local incomes and foreclosure rates, compared with peak levels during the housing boom of 1998 to as late as 2008 in some locales.
Many bubble communities have student populations boosting housing demand among residents and investors, but here are other reasons markets blow up.