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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.
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.
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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?
Some consumers will love these cities where gas prices aren't necessarily cheap, but where there's barely a fluctuation.
Many underwater homeowners might simply walk away from their homes, letting lenders deal with the problem, but at least another housing bust looks unlikely.
Gas stations charge as much as they think they can, but there's not always a good explanation why one station charges a lot more.