Being in the middle is notoriously tough. The middle child. Middle age. Middle films in trilogies (we’re giving you a pass, “The Godfather, Part II”). And then perhaps the most challenged group of all: the middle class.
Because the American dream sure ain’t cheap these days, or easy to achieve. Politicians may fight over middle-class voters like hyenas over a fresh kill, but all their hyperbolic campaign promises (“time to ignite America’s middle-class miracle once again!”) and hashtags don’t seem to be making life much better for this defining chunk of the nation’s population. Continue reading “2018 Best Cities For Middle-Class Buyers — And The Worst”