Freshness of data initially cited as reason to bypass ListHub.
Zillow has since backed down from that claim, acknowledging that ListHub -- which is owned by Zillow competitor Move Inc. -- provides Zillow with updates every 12 hours, and has offered to increase the frequency to four times a day.
Nick Schade makes beautiful handmade kayaks. One model is 18 feet long and it's built from plywood. The problem, of course, is that plywood comes in 8 foot long sheets. Most people would work to hide the joint, to minimize...
Maybe it’s the patriotic Fourth of July fervor, but two new government reports on housing are quite optimistic, with both President Obama’s Housing Scorecard and Fannie Mae’s latest National Housing Survey finding quite a bit to like in today’s gradually recovering housing market, from consumer expectations on housing to the successes of government refinancing initiatives.
For potential home buyers and sellers, the nature of the nascent housing recovery can have important consequences on the decision to buy a home. Furthermore, given the local nature of housing markets, we might expect the housing recovery and its impact on buyers and sellers to vary considerably by geography.
Gallup's Economic Confidence Index was -23 for the week ending July 8, unchanged from the week before, but improved slightly from the dip to -26 in mid-June. Democrats and Republicans expressed their most divergent economic views yet.