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U.S. construction companies are going to ramp up their green building activities in the next three years, according to a new study released by Dodge Data & Analytics

Commercial Real Estate Praised in Climate Change Fight

While commercial property has been blamed for generating nearly one-third of the world’s climate-destructive carbon emissions, a new report from the

More Americans are putting their money in a bank, according to the latest National Survey of Unbanked and Underbanked Households

Level of Unbanked Households Down

More Americans are putting their money in a bank, according to the latest

All-cash buyers are fueling the rapid increase in median prices for investment housing and owner-occupied housing, according to new data from HomeUnion

Median Prices Up on Investment and Owner-Occupied Housing

All-cash buyers are fueling the rapid increase in median prices for investment housing and owner-occupied housing, according to new data from

Existing-Home Sales Up, Along with Mortgage Rates

Total existing-home sales were up 3.2 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.47 million in September from a downwardly revised 5.30 million in August, according to new data from the

Home values in September were 5.5 percent higher since last year

Home Values Rise, While Inventory Falls and Appraisal Costs Skyrocket

Home values in September were 5.5 percent higher since last year,

If Today’s Housing Activity is Dull, Wait Until 2017!

Today’s housing data news is mostly dreary. But there are signs pointing to a much, much more exciting period come January.

A prominent economist is expressing concern that attempts by the federal government to strong-arm Deutsche Bank into accepting its demands for a $14 billion settlement could spark a new recession

Economist Warns: Deutsche Bank and Hillary Clinton Could Start a New Recession

A prominent economist is expressing concern that attempts by the federal government to s

An increasing number of new homebuyers are entering the U.S. housing market, according to data presented in the first annual Zillow Group Report on Consumer Housing Trends

More First-Time Buyers Entering the Housing Market

An increasing number of new homebuyers are entering the U.S.

Lew and Hensarling Debate CFPB’s Value

Four days after a federal court declared the leadership structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to be unconstitutional, a leading figure in Obama Administration has come out in defense of the embattled agency.

Yellen Raises the Possibility of a “High-Pressure” Economy

Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen took a dramatic departure from her usual talking points to wonder aloud if a "high-pressure" economy would be able to erase the lingering economic wreckage created by the 2008 crash.

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