Between 2006 and 2012, income inequality increased in 226 U.S. metros

If you’re trying to figure out where exactly the Great Recession (or “Downturn”) of 2008 did the most damage in the United States, one way to explore that would be to look at rising inequality rates. After all, in downturns the rich… Continue Reading


Economy’s a little better, so Americans are on the move

That’s from the latest census. Most interesting segment of this article to me: as recently as 2011, the median home price in America was about $166,000; now it’s $212,000. That’s a $46,000 difference. That can be 1-2.5 years (or more) of… Continue Reading