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News
February 10, 2016

Even with increased hiring efforts, the number of open positions continues to rise

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News
February 09, 2016

Stagnant wages and rising home prices lower consumer optimism

Congress Closes 2015 with Housing Tax Provisions

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Features
February 03, 2016

President Obama has signed into law a $622 billion tax package that permanently renews certain housing tax priorities. The National Association of Home Builders pushed for a number of key tax provisions that have now been signed into law.

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News
February 08, 2016

Luxury home appreciation couldn’t keep up with entry-level or mid-market appreciation beyond June

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News
February 05, 2016

There is a disparity in average share of income spent on rent/mortgages between the first four states to vote and the last six

Dallas (pictured) offers the best Breakeven Horizon of any of the 32 largest metros in the U.S. Photo Credit: NIck Oberheiden, Flickr Creative Commons

News
February 04, 2016

However, places like Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles will take a little longer to reach the ‘Breakeven Horizon’

The Spitzhäuschen, built in 1417, offers an early look at the style The Office of Jonathan Tate is experimenting with. Photo Credit: Berthold Werner, Wikimedia Commons

News
February 03, 2016

The infill structure measures only 975-sf while still offering a contemporary design 

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News
February 02, 2016

California dominates the list of hottest housing markets for January 2016

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News
February 01, 2016

First-time buyer incomes are higher than ever at $85,000

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News
January 29, 2016

Small but visible increases show the market may have finally hit rock bottom

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