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The Five Biggest Hiring Mistakes That You May be Making

Tom is the president of a $90 million software company with just under 40 salespeople. The company makes a great product, but has consistently struggled with mis-hires and great turnover throughout the years.

Manhattan Housing Market Broke Records for 2014

One the nation’s most expensive real estate markets became considerably more expensive during 2014.

Historic Canadian Church Sold to Condo Developers

A 106-year-old church in Canada’s capital has been sold for $4 million to a development team that plans to turn the property into a condominium complex. According to a

End of Year Brings Slight Rise in Mortgage Apps

Mortgage applications increased 0.9 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the

Zillow: Rates on the Rise as 2014 Concludes

The 30-year fixed mortgage rate on

U.S. Housing Market Shows Signs of Stabilizing

Freddie Mac has released its newly updated Mul

Florida Housing Mostly Strong in November

The sun is shining on most of the Sunshine State’s housing market, as closed sales of single-family homes statewide totaled 17,772 last month, up 10.7 percent year-over-year, according to the latest data released by Florida Realtors.

Veros: The Absence of Millennials to Hurt 2015 Housing Market

The national real estate market for the next 12 months will experience a series of negative impacts, ranging from the lack of Millennials moving into housing to economic and political pressures, according to a new forecast issued by

Existing Home Sales Drop 6.1 Percent in November

One month after hitting their highest level of the year, existing-home sales plummeted in November, according to the latest data from the National Associations of Realtors (NAR).

Fitch Names Texas as Most Overvalued Housing Market

Texas is the nation’s most overvalued housing market, according to the latest U.S. Sustainable Home Price report issued by Fitch Ratings. However, the report warns that the Lone Star State may not be able to maintain its momentum.


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