The housing market is continuing to show significant gains as sales rose in March.
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While the housing market still continues to feel the effects of its collapse in 2008, this spring season is likely to see a healthy amount of activity as conditions continue to ripen for buyers.
According to the Los Angeles Times, automakers have recalled almost 11 million vehicles so far in 2014.
Sites like Kelley Blue Book and Edmunds.com are being used by consumers across the country in record-breaking numbers likely revealing vehicle sales will continue to be high this spring.
Confidence among homebuilders increased in April, which is a good sign the housing inventory will increase in the coming months.
Americans are changing the ways they shop around for vehicles. According to a recent report from DMEautomotive, many Americans are skipping the test drive. The data showed that 16 percent of the 2,000 automotive consumers took no test drive, while 33 percent only test drove one car.
There are plenty of ways to cut costs from your homeowners insurance policy without sacrificing coverage. If this is your first time signing up for insurance, you may not be aware of the process of going about it. Even the tiniest of mistakes can lead you to not getting enough insurance coverage, which will result in you paying out of pocket for any damages. Here are a few common mistakes that could end up costing you more when it comes to homeowners insurance:
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