Americans Using Cash Less Often A recent poll from Gallup reveals that more Americans are using cash less often, with a majority believing the U.S. will be a cashless society in their lifetimes. Gallup says greater use of online shopping, especially during the coronavirus pandemic, is one major factor leading to changes in cash usage.
For 9 years in a Row Americans Choose Real Estate as Best Investment This might seem like a broken record, but for the 9th year in a row, Gallup is reporting that more Americans prefer real estate over other long-term investment vehicles for growing wealth. When broken down, the numbers show that 45% prefer real
AAA Says 39.2 Million Americans Will Travel Over Memorial Day The unofficial start of Summer (aka Memorial Day) is coming up fast and along with that reminder comes AAA’s annual travel forecast. This year, even with rising gas prices, the venerable AAA predicts that 39.2 million Americans will travel 50+ miles from home this Memorial
More Than A Third Of Americans Rent a Self Storage Unit Storagecafe says self storage has seen tremendous growth recently. in fact, according to their recent analysis roughly 38% of Americans use self storage, with General X and Baby Boomers leading the way. The most common reason for using self storage is downsizing and the
Americans Choose Real Estate as the Best Investment We have been seeing this data for many years now and it never gets old. Today’s infographic from Keeping Current Matters sums it up quite nicely; Americans choose real estate as the best long-term investment for 8 years in a row (citing Gallup polling data). Indeed… Stay
United Van Lines Says Americans are on the Move to Lower-Density Areas According to United Van Lines 45th Annual National Movers Study, Americans were on the move to lower-density areas and to be closer to their families throughout 2021. Interestingly, they found that many Gen Xers are retiring (often at a younger age than previous