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New Construction in February Plunges on Weak Multifamily Activity

New Construction in February Plunges on Weak Multifamily Activity


The latest construction report looks bad, but as usual, there’s more than meets the…

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The Millennial Mind: Frugal, Inquisitive and Ready to Buy

The Millennial Mind: Frugal, Inquisitive and Ready to Buy


Ninety-two million Millennials represent the largest living generation and the future of homebuying. Millennials, while…

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Consumers Demand More From Lenders

Consumers Demand More From Lenders


TD Bank survey shows what clients want: more information. In the wake of the…

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Homeownership Rate Fell to 20-Year Low in 2014, Worse For Younger Americans

Homeownership Rate Fell to 20-Year Low in 2014, Worse For Younger Americans


Everyone has seen the various reports that the U.S. homeownership rate has fallen in…

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4 Important Details About Today’s Homebuyers

4 Important Details About Today’s Homebuyers


What are some of the defining traits of homebuyers in today’s housing market? Every…

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4 Reasons You Should Doubt the ‘Official’ Unemployment Rate

4 Reasons You Should Doubt the ‘Official’ Unemployment Rate


Sure, unemployment has been falling, but the way we measure unemployment is riddled with…

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Major Changes Coming to Consumer Credit Ratings

Major Changes Coming to Consumer Credit Ratings


The manner in which the major credit-rating agencies judge consumer credit will change in…

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How Oil Price Drops Could Impact Housing Construction

How Oil Price Drops Could Impact Housing Construction


Tumbling oil prices have led Moody’s Investors Service to lower its pricing assumptions for…

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5 Must-Know Details About the Latest Jobs Report

5 Must-Know Details About the Latest Jobs Report


There were several aspects of the new jobs report that real estate agents should…

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When it Comes to Homes, Bigger is Definitely Better in America

When it Comes to Homes, Bigger is Definitely Better in America


Americans love big houses, and that’s true across generational and economic lines. Only 40 percent…

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