At a sprawling construction site barely 15 minutes from downtown Denver, workers move ground, pour foundations and frame walls and windows, but the work goes slowly because of the slim workforce.
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Homebuyers are trickling back into the mortgage market, but not enough to offset the industry’s steep and steady drop in refinance business.
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The warmest weather in several decades and the potential for higher interest rates later this year sent home shoppers flooding back into the nation’s neighborhoods in February.
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The Dakota Access pipeline is ready to start shipping crude oil from North Dakota’s Bakken play south to Illinois, project operator Energy Transfer Partners said in a regulatory filing yesterday. The company said that it had put crude in a reservoir under the Missouri River, and that full-scale flow will begin soon. The reservoir is in the section of the pipeline under Lake Oahe that sparked protests from local Native American tribes and environmentalists.
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US home price gains reached a 31-month high in January, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index.
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Two rate hikes since last year have weakened the dollar. Why is that, and what’s ahead for dollar, currencies & gold? And while we are at it, we’ll chime in on what may be in store for the stock market…
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CNBC’s Landon Dowdy discusses if nows the time to buy retail REITs after analyzing their performance.
The recent drop in oil prices, which has almost wiped out the price gains since OPEC announced its supply-cut deal, is coming just ahead of the spring season when banks are reassessing the credit lines they are extending to support drillers’ growth plans.
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Ken Rosen, Rosen Consulting Group, discusses his latest report on the housing sector’s impact on the overall U.S. economy.
Once you’ve decided it’s time to buy your own home, saving for that 20% down payment is step one toward doing it. Instead of waiting years, here are six ways to help you save up for that down payment in a matter of months.
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