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Trump weighs slashing one of the most popular tax deductions

Trump weighs slashing one of the most popular tax deductions Ethan Wolff-Mann. Yahoo Finance. August 4, 2017. The mortgage-interest tax deduction allows homeowners a tax deduction that is closed to renters. The program has both bipartisan appeal and criticism. REUTERS/Chris Helgren. The Trump administration is trying to figure out how to pay for tax cuts. […]

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The Top 10 Cities Where Millennials Are Moving

The Top 10 Cities Where Millennials Are Moving June 9, 2017. By: Elena Sheppard. Consider millennials and where in the country you imagine they live. It’s likely that a couple of cities come to mind: New York, Los Angeles, Austin. But a new report from the Urban Land Institute shows that Americans between the ages […]

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Pittsburgh Begins Hunt

Pittsburgh Begins Hunt Pittsburgh Begins Hunt for Properties with Historic Potential By Diana Nelson Jones / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 3, 2014. Michael Henninger/Post-Gazette Lowrie Street in Troy Hill, the neighborhood where the city has begun an inventory of properties, focusing on architectural and historic merit. Consultants for the city’s planning department spent much of the […]

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Pittsburgh’s apartment buildings attract considerable national interest

Pittsburgh’s apartment buildings attract considerable national interest Pittsburgh’s apartment buildings attract considerable national interest, By Sam Spatter, Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. Pittsburgh’s tight apartment market — with the lowest vacancy rate in the nation — is one reason owners of Downtown apartment buildings are putting their properties up for sale in hopes of getting top […]

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15 Very Affordable Metros

15 Very Affordable Metros, where less than 15% of income buys a house Pittsburgh ranked on the list of 15 Very Affordable Metros from Yahoo! Homes. The financial rule of thumb is well known by now: No more than 36 percent of your income should go toward paying debts. Of that, no more than 28 […]

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