Forbes' Morgan Brennan sketches out a dozen unusual, innovative, and in some cases unprecedented, trends that will present both challenge and opportunity, from architectural design to buyer behavior.
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Bank of America Corp., the second- largest U.S. bank, is in negotiations to sell...
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Average U.S. rates on fixed mortgages have moved closer to their record lows and, as...
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A growing number of investors and home builders are turning new homes into rentals to fill in the blanks of unfinished subdivisions. The New York Times' Shaila Dewan reports.
U.S. small businesses boosted borrowing in October to its highest level in over six years, an index showed on Tuesday, fresh evidence that the budget battle that shut the federal government for 16 days did little to derail underlying economic growth.
U.S. employers stepped up hiring in some parts of the country in October and early November as the economy expanded at a "modest to moderate pace," the Federal Reserve said. The Fed's Beige Book report could bolster a view that robust growth in payrolls in October carried over into November.
Fifth Third Bancorp and its former chief financial officer have been charged with improper accounting of commercial real estate loans in the midst of the financial crisis by the Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday. The Cincinnati-based holding company has agreed to pay $6.5 million to...
Trulia chief economist Jed Kolko sees what's doing in residential real estate markets post-summer slow down and fall shutdown. Where the mojo was sizzling, it's cooled considerably. Where it was at a low simmer, it's started to get a bit hotter out there.
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