7 Scarily Organized Refrigerators That’ll Make You Worry What This World Has Come To

Jill Giardino/iStock Declutter your closet? Of course. Purge your pantry? Absolutely. We’re all for a little home organization, but this craze has recently spread to an area that gives us pause: the fridge. A quick look on Instagram reveals that people really love showing off refrigerator interiors that have been cleaned up, color-coordinated, and arranged […] Continue reading →

America’s ZIP Codes Are Becoming More Economically Segregated—Here’s How It’s Already Hurting the Middle Class

iStock It’s not a coincidence that income inequality has worsened as residential segregation has become more common. A new working paper from researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and the University of Chicago explored the relationship between residential segregation by income and inequality, particularly as both have increased since 1980. As economic segregation increases between […] Continue reading →

A Danish Bank Is Offering Mortgages With Negative Interest Rates—Why You Shouldn’t Wish for That to Happen in the U.S.

iStock; realtor.com It’s safe to say that mortgage rates have never been lower in Denmark. In fact, they’re now negative. Denmark’s Jyske Bank, is now offering a 10-year fixed-rate mortgage at negative 0.5%. Additionally, Finland-based Nordea Bank announced Wednesday that it will offer a 20-year fixed-rate mortgage in Denmark that charges no interest, and the bank […] Continue reading →