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German city’s mayor seeks to reassure foreign students

Days after a street killing sparked violent anti-migrant protests, the mayor of Chemnitz sought Friday to reassure foreign visitors, students and investors that the...

‘Section 8 Need Not Apply’: States and Cities Outlaw Housing Discrimination

Washington state is the latest jurisdiction to pass a law to protect low-income renters from housing discrimination. House Bill 2578, which will go into effect...

Alleviate Risk Through Data Benchmarks

As the demand for performance benchmarking rises, the availability of accurate data becomes increasingly important. Real estate managers across all property sectors rely on...

Airbnb Sues New York City to Block User-Data Bill Over Privacy

Airbnb Inc. is suing New York City over a recently passed law that allows the collection of Airbnb hosts’ data, claiming the ordinance violates...

President Donald J. Trump Is Strengthening Retirement Security for American Workers

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP IS STRENGTHENING RETIREMENT SECURITY FOR AMERICAN WORKERS "It's time to take care of our people, to rebuild our nation, and to...

Housing construction in the Twin Cities up slightly during August

Sept. 01--Housing construction in the Twin Cities increased slightly last month, with most of the gain coming from a hefty increase in apartment construction. During...

Hitting the housing wall: Are discouraged buyers behind a sales slowdown?

Aug. 31--Todd and Jennifer Martindale wanted to sell their starter home in Whittier and buy a home with a bigger kitchen closer to family...

Almost 1,800 more acres could become new homes, commercial in Lancaster County.

A massive piece of Indian Land property could make way for yet another residential subdivision. And there may be more coming. Lennar Carolinas submitted three...

What’s it like living in a glass house? This Woodland couple found out

Aug. 31--Two extraordinary homes laid the groundwork for the see-through glass house that David and Kathleen Daniels built. One was Philip Johnson's iconic 1949 rectangular...

Summer home prices stay hot in the Bay Area

Aug. 31--The steadiest investment in the Bay Area remains outside of tech -- and in real estate. Bay Area median home sale prices surged in...

Guest opinion: The solution to the housing crisis? Compromise

Whether disgruntled over new high-density development or skyrocketing home prices, people in Utah are feeling the pinch of living in such an attractive place....

Just like Florida, housing market isn’t cooling off, either

When we last dived into the housing market in May, it was a hot one and, as the summer winds down in East Central...