Hunter Real Estate News
14 hrs ago | via ArkansasBusiness.com
The fortunes of Searcy's Ridout Lumber Co. and homebuilders are thoroughly intertwined. Comment?
Thursday May 21 | via Inside Bay Area
The Richmond flatlands have always been gritty -- ramshackle homes, trash-strewn lots and violence that kept police busy. It's what sent many white residents fleeing this city starting in the 1960s, leaving behind a black population that by 1990 comprised nearly half of Richmond's residents. Comment?
Thursday May 21 | via NWAonline
Home sales in Arkansas in March jumped almost 16 percent compared with March last year, the Arkansas Realtors Association said Wednesday. The average home price in the 43 counties surveyed by the association rose 8.5 percent to $158,959 in March. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via The City Wire
The economy across the Natural State is looking up which has helped hoist consumer sentiment measured by Arvest Bank's semi-annual survey. This spring report released Tuesday shows the index measuring Arkansas consumer sentiment rose to 79.1 in March, up from 68.1 in October and 67.4 in June 2014. Comment?
Monday May 11 | via The City Wire
Arkansas real estate agents were busy in March. Home sales in Arkansas' four largest markets rose an impressive 15.33% in March after being up 2.4% in February and down more than 2% in January. Comment?
9 hrs ago | via jdsupra.com
Currently, the CFPB does not consult with small businesses and lenders before adopting rules and regulations that affect them. Instead, CFPB Director Richard Cordray and other top officials often meet with a 25-member Consumer Advisory Board to discuss potential regulation of the financial sector. Comment?
Sep 1, 2014 | via Construction Industry News & Articles
If you're jumping into the market as an end-user, the likelihood of finding deals out there has become scarce. So many dynamics that have affected to traditional idea of shopping for a home have pushed sales down. Comment?
38 min ago | via Slugger O'Toole
What's that got to do with the price of fish? The growing gap between inflation and the perception of inflation Last week's news that the Consumer Prices Index rate of UK inflation has dipped below zero for the first time since official records began in 1996, and for the first time since 1960 based on equivalent historical estimates, caused a range of reactions amongst commentators and politicians. The Chancellor, George Osborne, was keen to emphasise that this should be termed "negative inflation", a brief spell of decreasing prices, rather than the more damaging "deflation", implying a longer term period of falling prices and economic stagnation such as what Japan went through during its "lost decade" in the 90s. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The St. Petersburg Times
Russians, the last hope of the Crimean real estate market, appear to have lost interest in buying properties in the contested region. This comes as an unpleasant surprise to Crimea, which - banking on its coveted climate and coastlines - had hoped for a boom in sales after Russia annexed the peninsula from Ukraine in March last year. Comment?
1 hr ago | via KOAT-TV
Most of us want to do the right thing. We don't want to steal office supplies or lie on an expense report. Comment?
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