Realtor.com(R), operated by Move, Inc. (NASDAQ:MOVE), announced today an agreement with The Corcoran Group for publication of the brokerage firm's Manhattan and Brooklyn real estate listings. The agreement provides buyers and sellers with timely and accurate information on all Corcoran listings in the New York City marketplace on realtor.com
Homeownership rates continue to plummet throughout the country, disproportionately penalizing African Americans, Hispanics, and younger people. Recent data have ratified the importance of credit scores and down payments in predicting loan performance, leading to a trend towards tighter loan underwriting.
It's a surprising move. Apple, in many ways, is the least social of the big Silicon Valley tech firms. Unlike Google, Facebook and even Yahoo, it has yet to move into social networking in a big way (it's abortive efforts to make iTunes Ping happen notwithstanding).
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The housing market continued its steady recovery in recent months to levels not seen since the financial crash in 2008, according to three reports published on Tuesday from the Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller Home Price Indices and two government agencies.
Dozens of tax laws are set to expire at the end of 2013. Many of these provisions are quite popular and likely will be extended by Congress. Exactly when or how lawmakers will get around to doing this is unclear.
The real estate market is slowing down as we reach the end of the year. Still, the big news is that the gains homeowners have seen in median list price per square foot are on a trajectory to slow in 2014.
More multiple listing services will be considering a new platform provider when their contract with their current vendor expires than in previous years, according to an annual survey from real estate consulting firm WAV Group.
40 Under 40, Crain's annual roundup of locals who have reached the top of their fields before their 40th birthdays, has reflected the diversity of the Chicago-area economy since we launched the feature in 1989.
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