Greenville-Mauldin-Easley, SC

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Housing Permits Hit Four-Year High in November

Starts, however, did poorly, led by a significant drop in single-family. More

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Emergency Shelters Go High-End Emergency Shelters Go High-End

Buried beneath the Kansas prairie, condos prepared to withstand nuclear attack are selling like hot cakes. More

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Another JPI Vet Lines Up a Partner

Ed Easley joins a growing number of former JPI veterans in securing backing for his platform. More

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Multifamily Sector Boosts Starts and Permits Report

May’s numbers reflect a larger shift from owning to renting, says economist Patrick Newport. More

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New-Home Sales Are Up, But a Trend Is Still Hazy

The good news is muted by the fact that the numbers, which are just coming off the bottom, are still very low. More

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Multigenerational Households Are Here to Stay

Often thought to be a product of the recession, the trend—driven largely by older adults and immigration—has been growing for decades. More

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Treasury to Begin Selling Off Mortgage Securities

The department will sell up to $10 billion of its portfolio each month. More

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Residential Construction Spending Up

Overall construction spending dipped in January, likely a consequence of the weather. More

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NAR Reports Improved Sales in January, Though Data is Questioned

Sales prices for existing homes post declines across the country. More

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Multifamily Starts Surge, Single-Family Dips Lower

A 77.7% jump in multifamily starts fueled a 14.6% overall increase in starts for January. More

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