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Ca vaut la peine de se tuer pour ecrire l’histoire !

Il lui a manque un petit but pour le recompenser de sa prestation de choix. Sergio Ramos, sur Antoine Griezmann qui estimait etre «a la meme table» que Lionel Messi et Cristiano Ronaldo – «L’ignorance rend audacieux… Jean-Pierre Papin – «Paris, ce ne sont pas des heros, ce...
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Comparing the Housing Market of 2009 to Today

Which housing markets have recovered the most since the Great Recession?  Recently, LendingTree reminded us that when the real estate bubble burst in late 2008, many Americans saw their home values drastically fall.  Since that time some markets have recovered, but the same cannot be said for all...
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Visualizing 200 Years of US Population Growth

This is pretty cool and might be our first animated weekly infographic.  The folks over Visual Capitalist tell us there are around 326 million people living in the United States on 3.5 million square miles of land. However, throughout our nation’s history, neither of these numbers have stayed...
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U.S. Homeownership & Rental Vacancy Rates Hold Firm

The U.S. government is reporting that national vacancy rates in Q4 2018 were 6.6% for rental housing and 1.5% for home-owner housing. The rental vacancy rate of 6.6% was not statistically different from Q4 2017.  The homeowner vacancy rate of 1.5% was 0.1 percentage point lower than the...
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Who is Generation Z?

This is only our second post about Generation Z – that group of kids born between the late 90’s and early 2010’s but, according to recent data, it is the largest in American History.  Today’s infographic from ZeroCater says this digitally-savvy cohort differs from Millennials and is charting...
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Unemployment & Mortgage Delinquency Rates over 30 Years

A recent “chart of the week” from the Mortgage Bankers Association compared the relationship between the unemployment rate (BLS data) and the mortgage delinquency rate for all loans over the past 30 years.  Very interesting data… “The close tracking between unemployment and mortgage delinquency rates from the period...
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