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Rents in these cities and states actually declined in September
Rental prices are starting to cool off, though they’re still up nationwide from last year. Read More
With a rate of $1,733 per night, this Orlando resort is the most expensive U.S. luxury hotel
A new study puts the Four Seasons Resort at Walt Disney World ahead of several pricey NYC properties Read More
A ‘silver lining’ in the housing market: Homes are spending more time on the market
‘For those who can afford it, conditions have become much more buyer-friendly than last year,’ a Zillow economist said. Read More
‘It’s $10,000 that’s on the line.’ Borrowers who used Pell grants decades ago can’t find proof and worry they will lose Biden’s relief.
Student loan borrowers who believe they used Pell grants before 1994 can’t find evidence of the grant on the government’s student aid portal, MarketWatch found. Read More
How the strong dollar can affect your financial health
Also in a roundup of MarketWatch stories: Elon Musk’s grand pronouncements; help from the IRS; a time for bonds; and a possible end to the bear market in stocks. Read More
The all-new 2023 Kia Sportage: It’s roomy with plenty of cargo space and drives quiet
The inside of the Sportage is so peaceful and serene that it rivals some luxury brands.
How do you get the morning-after pill, and how much does it cost?
Would you be able to quickly obtain an emergency contraception pill or abortion pill if the need arose? Here are some valuable resources. Read More
The worst air in the world today is in these two American cities
The poorest air quality in the world right now isn’t in developing Delhi or Hotan, China, where citizens struggle to breathe. It’s in Seattle and Portland, Ore. Read More