More People are Buying Homes With Friends and Extended Family, to Better Afford Homes

By Rachel Puryear People living in apartment rentals have always commonly lived with roommates, as a means of helping better afford their rent. Most people think of buying a home, though, in terms of something normally done by a family who will live there with their partner and kids. In recent years, however, a new…

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California Bans Single-Family-Only Zoning: What this Means for Housing Opportunities

By Rachel Puryear Buying a home is a huge financial milestone for anyone. For many people, a major financial goal is to buy a house, also called a single-family home. Single-family homes are desirable for the amount of space and amenities they can offer, including a yard. They offer a level of privacy, peace, and…

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Texas Abortion Law Backers Might Get More than they Bargained For, and How to Help People Needing Care

By Rachel Puryear The State of Texas recently passed an extremely restrictive anti-reproductive-health-care law. This Texas abortion law prohibits abortion after six weeks (before most women know that they are pregnant). Furthermore, this law allows private citizens – anywhere in the nation – to sue someone for helping someone else obtain an abortion (or so…

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Remote Workers, Don’t Get Left Behind – Here’s a Tip to Stay on Your Manager’s Radar

By Rachel Puryear As much as remote work opens up wonderful opportunities for lifestyle and family life, it has its tradeoffs. One challenge facing remote workers is how to remotely build rapport with your manager and colleagues, and participate in company culture. In-person work naturally offers spontaneous opportunities to bond and build rapport with managers…

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