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Lobbyists Swarm Congress To Protect Interests In GOP Tax Bill
No legislation sweeps across American interests quite like a tax bill.
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The GOP Tax Bill Would (Accidentally) Help Renters
The measure favors the rich but it would also shift U.S. housing policy away from homeowners.
GOP Tax Scheme Robs Californians
California Assembly Speaker
The good news is that Republicans have stopped trying to use horrible health care legislation to hide their corporate tax
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How To Age-Proof Your Home
By Pamela Oldham, On Assignment for HuffPost
Don’t wait until retirement to make your home functional for mature living.
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One Of President Trump’s First Acts Will Cost Homeowners Millions Of Dollars
Hundreds of thousands of would-be homeowners will be hit with higher costs.
Dr. Yellen, Don't Raise Interest Rates Just Yet
Oil prices have now declined to almost $40 per barrel of West Texas crude, and the Saudis have said they don't intend to
U.S. Real Estate Predictions for 2015
D. Sidney Potter
When it comes to all things related real estate, some real estate forecasters have labeled the housing market in 2015 to be nothing short of mysterious.
Laugh and the World Laughs With You, Snore and You Sleep Alone (Anonymous)
Laverne H. Bardy
Author: How the (Bleep) Did I Get This Old?, Syndicated Column...
There are those who argue that sleeping separately is a sign of a troubled marriage. But, if a marriage is strong and consists of daily embracing, intimacy, kissing and words of love, sleeping separately will not endanger the relationship.
HOME & LIVING
Remodeling Projects Are On The Rise, According To The 2013 Houzz And Home Survey
Maybe it's time to get to that remodel you've been putting off for years.
It's Back! What Do Claims of a Housing Market Rebound Mean for Miami?
Although Miami has many positives, a slow judicial foreclosure process and shortage of developable land may hamper a strong recovery. Here are some factors that may impact your decisions on where you live and whether it is best for you to rent or own.
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Many Homes Now Worth Less Than What They Cost To Build: Report
Selling a newly built house presents a special set of challenges -- not all of which have to do with home appraisers, a group
Economic Data Warms Hearts, But Doesn't Change Minds
"The story here is that pent-up demand is being freed by much easier mortgage conditions, low rates and rising employment
NAHB Index November 2011: Homebuilder Sentiment Rises To Highest Level In Year And A Half
The current sales component rose to 22 from 20, while the gauge of sales expectations for the next six months rose to 26
U.S. Housing Market Expected To Expand Amid Euro Crisis Threat
The labor market is strengthening, but personal income has failed to keep up with inflation. Data on Friday is expected to
Battered Construction Industry Finally Has a Good Week
Chief Economist, Trulia
The construction industry has reasons to be a little more optimistic these days.
Falling Off Roofs Becomes Unlikely Focus Of OSHA Regulatory Debate
"Obviously, it's going to raise some costs, but it's going to save some lives," Michaels, the OSHA chief, responded. "We
Want to Help Homeowners? Replace the Mansion Subsidy and Require Banks to Act Responsibly
E.P. Clapp Distinguished Professor of Politics, Occidental Col...
Almost two-thirds of affluent Americans -- many living in mansions -- get housing aid from Washington. Whether they admit it or not, the wealthy live in subsidized housing. It's time to stop this and help working families achieve the American Dream.
Home Mortgage Applications Fell Last Week By 2.7 Percent
The Mortgage Bankers Association said its seasonally adjusted index of mortgage application activity, which includes both
Housing Starts And Permits Down In April Due To Overhang Of Homes
New building permits dropped 4.0 percent to a 551,000-unit pace last month. April's permits were revised down to a 574,000
Housing Starts, Permits Up In March After Dismal Winter
(Reporting by Lucia Mutikani, editing by Neil Stempleman) New building permits advanced 11.2 percent to a 594,000-unit pace
5 Reasons to Stop Worrying About Home Prices
Editor and Director of Content, Inc.com
The New York Times more or less pronounced the single family home dead as an asset this week. Data from the National Association
Moneyed Interests Lining Up For Battle Over Accounting Standards
"That's a terrible idea," he told the New York Times on Monday, when asked about the amendment, which could come up for a
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