Harvard Study Highlights Post-Recession Housing Progress But Work To Be Done

By Jon Anderson / June 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

The only hope many younger generations have to accumulate wealth is to stay cozy with grandma. Since 1995 (over a decade before the Recession), the median wealth of 25-34 year olds declined 39 percent, while 35-44 year olds declined 27 percent, and 45-54 year olds’ wealth declined 15 percent. There have been potent gains reported […]

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Immigration Policies Under Trump Administration Threaten DFW Economy

By Heather Hunter / March 17, 2017 / 10 Comments

Second only to California, Texas hosts largest immigrant population in the United States. And in Dallas-Fort Worth alone, more than 1.2 million immigrants make their homes, hold jobs, attend schools, and participate in local communities. An integral part of the DFW economy, immigrants contributed $8.4 billion in taxes and over $25 billion in spending power […]

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