More properties went on the market in April. Anxious sellers – including banks – boosted the inventory of unsold homes to 10.2 months' worth.
Chrysler's experience suggests that the Chapter 11 process doesn't have to be lengthy, especially if the government has agreed to chip in billions of dollars in aid.
Unemployment, though, will continue to rise through the end of the year, they say.
Minneapolis posts record 6.1 percent monthly decline, according to the S&P/Case-Shiller index.
Expectations for jobs, incomes, and business conditions are improving, the Conference Board says.
The ‘easy money’ of factory work was a mixed blessing, some say. Now, some men have a lot to learn about the traditional Amish livelihood.
Some laid-off educated workers are turning to lower-skilled jobs to get by.
You don’t have to be a pol or an architect to transform a strip mall.
Only 30 percent of foreclosed homes are currently on the market nationwide. Could the backlog of hundreds of thousands of empty or rented homes swamp recovery?
As it once sucked the life out of Main Street, the suburban mall is being reconsidered – or torn down – as towns move back to the concept of a multiuse town center.
The higher prices, linked to rising oil costs, are still lower compared with last Memorial Day.
When traditional job-hunting methods fail, some are turning to the unconventional.
Americans are moving less than at any time since 1948. Many are just waiting to relocate, but some may be embracing a new era of nesting.