• What a $250,000 home looks like in the biggest city in every state

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Housing prices are on the climb, and with them, the chance of getting less space for your money.
    With the help of Trulia , we found how much home $250,000 will buy in the biggest city in every state.
    In Wichita, Kansas, $250,000 can buy 3,504 square-foot house, while in New York City it can buy a 900 square-foot co-op apartment.
    It's no secret that housing prices in the US are on the climb.
    It's getting even harder to afford a $500,000 home , let alone a $1 million home .
    We teamed up with Trulia to see just how far $250,000 - about the cost of an entry-level home when you consider the...
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  • What a $250,000 home looks like in the biggest city in every state

    What a $250,000 home looks like in the biggest city in every state

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Housing prices are on the climb, and with them, the chance of getting less space for your money.
    With the help of Trulia , we found how much home $250,000 will buy in the biggest city in every state.
    In Wichita, Kansas, $250,000 can buy 3,504 square-foot house, while in New York City it can buy a 900 square-foot co-op apartment.
    It's no secret that housing prices in the US are on the climb.
    It's getting even harder to afford a $500,000 home , let alone a $1 million home .
    We teamed up with Trulia to see just how far $250,000 - about the cost of an entry-level home when you consider the...
    Read more ...

     

  • San Diego Padres Leaning Towards Returning To Brown Color Scheme In 2020

    San Diego Padres Leaning Towards Returning To Brown Color Scheme In 2020

    4 monthes ago - By Forbes

    The San Diego Padres are likely going to change their uniforms in 2020 and it's looking more and more likely that the team will be bringing back brown as a major part of their color scheme.
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  • This is what work will look like in 2100

    4 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    Some futurists believe that believe that automation will push future workers to tasks that are quintessentially human, and that things like standardized working hours and traditional hierarchies will disappear.
    The workplace has evolved dramatically in the past 100, 50, even 10 years; but to the futurists whose job it is to consider where all these changes are taking us, we're only just beginning a revolution that will completely redefine why, where, when, and how we work.
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