Here's a Harvard Business Review post from Dennis Crowley, founder and CEO of Foursquare, on the future of the social map. Crowley's thoughts shed light on what housing pros might make of future map app solutions.
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Recently, Brookings Senior Fellow Audrey Singer gave a presentation on "U.S. Immigration Demographics and Immigrant Integration" at the National White House Convening on Immigrant and Refugee Integration.
Trulia chief economist Jed Kolko queries consumers and draws conclusions about what would happen among various economic tiers of household types if financial hardship strikes and they need to choose from a menu of cost-cutting options.
The House of Representatives has passed legislation to permanently provide a tax deduction to landowners who place their assets in protected conservation easements.
Wall Street Journal staffer Miriam Jordan reports that leaders of several U.S. cities and at least one state have offered to take in some of the thousands of unaccompanied minors from Central America who have swarmed the southern border in recent months (paywall).
HousingWire's Brena Swanson reports that the CFPB, FTC and 15 states are filing a handful of lawsuits against companies and individuals that collected more than $25 million in illegal advance fees with false promises to prevent foreclosures.
Explain-in detail-the hidden costs and headaches of supply and delivery.
The Equipter is a self-propelled dumpster that can be towed to the jobsite and then driven under its own power (it has a gasoline engine) to wherever it needs to be.
St. Louis-based Payne Family Homes, the number three builder in the market with 5.4 percent market share, continues growing. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports that so-called pocket listings are on the rise and may be masking how much housing inventory is actually for sale.
Chicago Tribune real estate columnist Mary Ellen Podmolik reports that the housing market's recovery has lost some of its frenzy but dynamics still at work in the market are creating opportunities for companies eager to capture buyers' attention