The real estate market is finally getting less competitive. Here's why that's bad news for both renters and potential buyers — at least for now.

Americans who don't already own a home are about to fork out more for a mortgage, and even renters will suffer as demand for leases goes up.
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The real estate market is finally getting less competitive. Here's why that's bad news for both renters and potential buyers — at least for now.

The real estate market is finally getting less competitive. Here's why that's bad news for both renters and potential buyers — at least for now.

Americans who don't already own a home are about to fork out more for a mortgage, and even renters will suffer as demand for leases goes up.

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I made $100,000 in my first year of freelancing and my work-life balance has never been better. Here's how I did it.
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I made $100,000 in my first year of freelancing and my work-life balance has never been better. Here's how I did it.

Hannah Logsdon saw substantial growth in her income once she found her niche and hired virtual assistants to help her balance client demands.

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PITCH-DECK LIBRARY: Search over 750 pitch decks that startups including Uber, Postmates, and Airbnb used to raise millions

PITCH-DECK LIBRARY: Search over 750 pitch decks that startups including Uber, Postmates, and Airbnb used to raise millions

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Wells Fargo's investment advisory arm says a recession will hit soon, and stocks won't get back to their former highs until 2024. Here's how it says investors should prepare.
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Wells Fargo's investment advisory arm says a recession will hit soon, and stocks won't get back to their former highs until 2024. Here's how it says investors should prepare.

Wells Fargo expects a recession in the next few months, and tells investors how to profit from a gradually recovering stock and bond market.

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I went to a physical NFT gallery where digital art was displayed on TV screens. It felt completely pointless.

I went to a physical NFT gallery where digital art was displayed on TV screens. It felt completely pointless.

A room full of screens with rotating photos and illustrations felt like mere hype on top of the already-questionable $41 billion NFT market.

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I quit a VP job at Amazon to work in Web3. Here's why I don't regret going all-in on an industry that hasn't gone mainstream yet.
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I quit a VP job at Amazon to work in Web3. Here's why I don't regret going all-in on an industry that hasn't gone mainstream yet.

After spending more than 15 years at companies like Amazon and IBM, Sandy Carter jumped into Web3 to build what she calls the next generation's internet.

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The number of new homes being built in the US tanked 14% in May — it'll make buying or renting even more of a nightmare

The number of new homes being built in the US tanked 14% in May — it'll make buying or renting even more of a nightmare

Americans hoping housing prices might fall as demand slows down could have a long wait, thanks to a limited supply of homes and rising interest rates.

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