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With the window to refinance into a sub-4% loan likely closing, it's not good news that even those who claim to know their mortgage rate might be fooling themselves.
Our worst city for traffic places no higher than 10th worldwide, but gridlock here still adds 21% to average travel times and costs each driver about $818 annually.
Lagging supply from years of weak construction and demand from foreclosed homeowners who are forced to rent are just some of the trends turning real estate upside-down.
General Motors is scaling back warranties, free maintenance and free roadside assistance on many models, but experts say the move will likely hurt dealers more than consumers.
Some perfectly good vehicles fail to catch on with consumers, and savvy buyers can snap up such automobiles at deep discounts in a final model year.
See people tromping through six-foot snow to look at a historic Massachusetts home and understand that bad weather doesn't automatically mean a poor real-estate market.