Alternative Retail in Low Income Urban Areas ?
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Are there any "affordable" areas of California left that are not urban wastelands?
I'm thinking areas where you can find a decent 3/2 house under $350k that isn't in gangland or methland? A diverse area that isn't predominantly latino or asian or black and has a decent percentage of white non-hispanic too? Far Northern California maybe? Redding? Yreka? Chico? What about...
Parsippany Whole Foods and Developer's Dirty Ultimatum
There is one parcel of land left along route 46 in Parsippany. A year or two ago, a proposal was made for a Target, Whole Foods and 70 or so new townhomes. Residents fought that and it was shot down. As a Parsippany resident, my main concerns with that proposal were: 1. More school children ...
Superannuation - Information Thread
Superannuation is a tax advantaged way of saving for retirement and makes up two of the three ?pillars? of the Government?s retirement income policy. The three pillars are: - A Government funded means-tested age pension- Compulsory superannuation contribution (i.e. the Superannuation Guara...
Would I fit well in Iowa?
I've been researching into potential cities to move, finding a recent government listing of cities sorted by unemployment, first taking demographic data of the lowest ~120 cities, then doing several rounds of cuts after further research and analysis. My roughly final round is down to seven cities...
low income housing
Hello everyone I am moving to odessa from Detroit Michigan and I was wondering if there were any low income housing available
limited-document mortgage/portfolio lenders in FL?
Hi all, in Florida, what mortgage options are there for someone with low income on tax returns (2-year old sole-proprietor small business, low income figures after all business deductions, but actual income is 6-figures), but can show high gross income via business banking statement and letter...
NC tops list with most poorest cities
Quote: In the annual American Community Survey, the U.S. Census Bureau releases statistics on the population. Age, race, location, income — these and more are outlined in the report, and the 2012 survey, released this month, gave insight into the country’s wealth distribution....
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