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More Americans Chose to Own a Home Than Rent in Q1

According to the latest report from the US Census Bureau, more Americans chose purchasing a home over signing a lease to rent in the first quarter of 2017. 279 more words

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Summer plan To Do list #2: Check out your school's admissions enrollment data

By now, your college or university knows who it admitted and who it rejected. Get the data on that — how many, what geographies they came from, what ethnicities and genders they represent. 78 more words

Just a little thought for a Monday morning...

This past week I was happy to discover my genetic ancestry via a simple DNA saliva test.  Some of you might not know, is that I am mostly Scandinavian, with western European mixed in.   565 more words

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Planning Connects the Census to Communities

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The 2020 Census is only three short years away, but the Maryland Department of Planning (Planning) and the United States Census Bureau (Census Bureau) are already hard at work guaranteeing the accuracy of Maryland’s counts. 478 more words

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Oscar and Ann Aderman family in 1940 Census

The national US Census in 1940 took place on April 1st. No foolin’! Oscar and Ann Aderman, my paternal grandparents lived in Niagara, Wisconsin, USA that year (and for many years). 109 more words

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Interesting Facts about this Rock

I was reading Time Out on “The Twitter” this weekend and they had a post that I have to share with my 9 readers. If you want to see the original post you can click… 274 more words

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Builder Confidence Hits 11yr High

In many areas of the country, there are not enough homes for sale to satisfy the number of buyers looking to purchase their dream homes. Experts have long proposed that a ramp-up in new, single-family home construction would be one of the many ways to overcome this inventory shortage. 197 more words

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