So apparently there is something Republicans and Democrats can agree on: the housing industry is an easy target.
The Sweet Spot
The Sweet Spot
This month we named our Remodeler of the Year — Anthony Home Improvements in Elkins Park, Pa.
One of the most depressing/astounding/frustrating things about the current race for president has been the complete lack of attention to housing.
If there’s one theme that runs through this year’s Professional Remodeler Design Awards, presented this month, it’s practical.
The latest numbers from the Census Bureau confirms what we've all been seeing: more people are doubling-up.
It seems hard to believe now, but when the iPad was introduced last year, there was a lot of question about whether or not Apple had finally made a mistake — would people pay $500 or more for a tablet when all others had failed to catch on in a major way?
The New York Times today has more information on what the Obama administration is considering to stimulate the housing industry (and hence the economy.)
We all know the job market continues to be lousy more than two years after the recession officially ended. There's a variety of reasons for this.
The Washington Post is reporting this morning that President Obama's jobs program will include amongst its many proposals more relief f
In case you missed it in the news section of HousingZone, Fiserv and Moody's Analytics are predicting home prices will increase in 365 out of 384 metro areas by 2013.